Cool Nights Ahead: Chicago’s Spring Forecast Reveals Frost and Rain Chances


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Chicago, IL – As springtime chill lingers, the National Weather Service in Chicago forecasts a patch of cooler nights with temperatures dipping into the 30s, signaling widespread frost away from the city’s warmth.

Residents should brace for a frosty start to the coming days, particularly in areas removed from Lake Michigan’s moderating influence. Rain is expected to break the dry spell by Monday night, continuing into Tuesday, with a noticeable cool-down midweek. The current pattern indicates this cooler weather will extend into the following week, reminding Chicagoans to keep their jackets handy.


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