The possibility of snow remains in the forecast for Chicago this week, and here’s what we know so far.

forecast for Chicago

As we step into the first day of spring this Tuesday, the weather seems to have a bit of a mixed bag in store for us. While the temperatures may give us a taste of the season, the rest of the week could still feel quite wintry.

Tuesday brings a temporary break from the chill, with a shift in winds bringing milder conditions. Highs could reach the mid-50s, offering a pleasant change. However, this reprieve is short-lived, as winds are expected to shift again by late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.

Wednesday, the first full day of spring, may not feel as warm as we’d hope. Despite sunny skies, temperatures are forecasted to hover in the low-40s, a bit below what we’d typically expect for this time of year.

Thursday keeps things cool, with temperatures remaining in the low-40s. Cloud cover will increase throughout the day, hinting at possible precipitation as a clipper system approaches.

Friday morning could see the arrival of this clipper system, possibly affecting the morning commute. While the type of precipitation will depend on temperatures, there’s a chance for some snow in many areas. Accumulations aren’t anticipated to be significant, but caution is advised for slick roads and reduced visibility.

As we head into the weekend, temperatures stay around 40 degrees, with another storm system looming late Saturday into Sunday. Rain showers may persist, but temperatures should begin to climb by Sunday, reaching the mid-40s.

Monday brings more rain, but there’s finally a glimmer of hope for warmer weather, with highs expected to reach the mid-to-upper 50s.

Of course, weather forecasts can change, so it’s wise to stay updated with the latest information from the Chicago Daily Post Team through television or Chicago Daily Post app, where you can access live radar and receive weather alerts on your mobile devices.

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