High temperatures Monday afternoon warmed in the 50s and 60s low in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Scattering rain and even some isolated thunderstorms blossomed Monday afternoon, with only a little rain scattered on Monday night. The temperature will continue to warm on Tuesday after passing through the warm front on Tuesday morning, pushing the altitude to a low of the 70s in the afternoon.
The first of the two cold fronts will arrive on Tuesday night with the opportunity for one or two isolated thunderstorms at night. However, the time of the cold front – moving during the night – does not support threats that are too high for significant thunderstorm coverage during that time. Even though the cold front is coming, temperatures will remain warm until the mid-60s Wednesday afternoon. A second, stronger and cooler front, scheduled to arrive Wednesday night attracts a much cooler mass of air until the end of the week. Some scattered rain and thunderstorms will likely occur Wednesday night as the front moves.
Thursday’s strong northwestern winds will withstand temperatures in the 40s to highs not only Thursday, but possibly Friday afternoon too. Another storm system that moves for the weekend will briefly bring temperatures back to the 50s, but is still slightly below average, Saturday before other cold fronts come on Easter Sunday. The overall trend after Easter seems to support a higher probability for temperatures below the average until mid-month.
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