Your ABC7 Weather Forecast
Clouds overnight and temperatures will slide back through the 30s and into the 20s in the suburbs. After a cold start to the winter solstice tomorrow (shortest day of the year), it will be a sun-filled Sunday as highs peak in the mid 40s. The new week will feature abundant clouds, increasing temperatures as well as increasing chances for rain. Showers look likely from late-day Monday straight on through Christmas Eve. By Christmas Eve, temperatures could surge to near 60 degrees! Some sun returns for Christmas, but so does a gusty wind and much cooler temperatures. If you are looking for a white Christmas, you don’t have to look far… while we will be very wet, areas though the Midwest and parts of the Ohio Valley will be white. Have a great rest of your weekend!
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