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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN ILLINOIS AND NORTHWEST INDIANA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
643 PM CDT SUN SEP 21 2014 /743 PM EDT SUN SEP 21 2014/

AN UPPER DISTURBANCE KICKED OFF SPOTTY SHOWERS OVER PORTIONS OF
THE AREA ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE VARIABLY
CLOUDY WITH GUSTY NORTHERLY WINDS. AFTERNOON HIGHS GENERALLY
RANGED FROM 62 TO 70 DEGREES...COOLEST NEAR LAKE MICHIGAN. SKIES
WILL CLEAR SUNDAY NIGHT AS EXPANSIVE HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS ACROSS
THE REGION. THE RESULT WILL BE CHILLY LOW TEMPERATURES BY EARLY
MONDAY IN THE UPPER 30S TO MID 40S OUTSIDE OF CHICAGO AND UPPER
40S TO AROUND 50 IN AND NEAR THE CITY. HIGH PRESSURE WILL
GRADUALLY SLIDE EASTWARD THROUGH THE END OF THE WORK WEEK BUT ITS
INFLUENCE WILL EXTEND BACK TO OUR REGION...PROVIDING AN EXTENDED
PERIOD OF CLEAR AND TRANQUIL CONDITIONS. AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
ON MONDAY WILL BE SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL...RANGING FROM THE MID 60S
TO NEAR 70 DEGREES...BUT WILL WARM TO ABOVE NORMAL IN THE MID TO
UPPER 70S BY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. ONSHORE WINDS ARE LIKELY EACH
DAY FOR AT LEAST PORTIONS OF THE LAKEFRONT...RESULTING IN SLIGHTLY
COOLER TEMPERATURES.

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RC

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