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Humidity: 83%

    Thursday, September 18th, 2014

    Northeast winds take hold and increase 5 to 14 mph producing a one-day halt in warming.

    Some clouds and the chance of fog patches some locations as the day gets underway. A sun/cloud mix follows, modestly lower daytime highs inland; more pronounced cooling will become evident lakeshore locations as winds ride ashore off Lake Michigan. Temperatures start out in the mid 40s to mid 50s and warm to near 70 mildest locations well inland but to 67 O’Hare and the low 60s on area beaches. Scattered clouds, cool overnight. East winds ease and veer southeast by morning.

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    Partly Cloudy

      Friday, September 19th, 2014

      Warming resumes amid generous sunshine and strengthening southerly winds

      Winds increasing 10 to 22 mph by afternoon, and 12 to 22 mph Friday night. Daytime highs surge 10-degrees higher than on Thursday. Clouds increase Friday night, breezy and warmer. Thickening clouds, sight chance of a few isolated thunderstorms overnight impacting just 10 to 20% of the metro area.

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      Partly Cloudy T-storms

        Saturday, September 20th, 2014

        The warmest temperatures in just over 2 weeks likely.

        Sun filters through more clouds and windy with SW winds gusting over 25 mph. Humidities creep higher. Highs surge into the lower 80s. Slight chance of a thunderstorms early. A better chance of gusty showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon into Saturday evening and night. Showers and thunderstorms diminish and end from the west overnight as winds shift to the northwest.

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          Sunday, September 21st, 2014

          A good deal of sunshine in the morning, breezy and cooler with lowering humidities.

          Clouds may build later in the day, but even more so Sunday night as northwest daytime winds 11 to 23 mph become more northerly. Some lake-effect sprinkles or rain showers possible Sunday night, most of which feed into northern Indiana. But the northeast Illinois/southeast Wisconsin shorelines may be brushed by some of the showers for a time. Sunday afternoon highs 8° or more cooler than on Saturday holding to the low/mid 70s.

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            Monday, September 22nd, 2014

            Noticeably cooler air is in place. Any early clouds, even the chance of a lake-effect rain shower

            Chance of a lake-effect rain shower in a few spots near Lake Michigan, gradually give way to mostly sunny skies, especially along the lakefront where an on-shore northeast breeze will hold readings in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Clearing skies and cool overnight. North to more northwest winds 10 to 20 mph, easing Monday night.

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              Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

              Sunny with the center of high pressure overhead.

              An east to southeasterly component to the winds keep readings along the lakefront, especially Chicago north in the lower 60s, while temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s away from the lake. Clear and cool overnight.

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                Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

                Mostly sunny. The start of a warming trend.

                Afternoon highs reach in the lower to possibly middle 70s. Increasing high cloudiness at night. Southerly winds.

                  Thursday
                  67°
                  51°
                  Partly Cloudy

                  September 18th

                  Humidity: 55-93%
                  Precip: 5%
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                  Northeast winds take hold and increase 5 to 14 mph producing a one-day halt in warming.
                  Friday
                  77°
                  63°
                  Partly Cloudy

                  September 19th

                  Humidity: 45-94%
                  Precip: 0%
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                  Warming resumes amid generous sunshine and strengthening southerly winds
                  Saturday
                  82°
                  59°
                  Partly Cloudy T-storms

                  September 20th

                  Humidity: 59-93%
                  Precip: 60%
                  +
                  The warmest temperatures in just over 2 weeks likely.
                  Sunday
                  75°
                  51°
                  Partly Cloudy

                  September 21st

                  Humidity: 46-94%
                  Precip: 10%
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                  A good deal of sunshine in the morning, breezy and cooler with lowering humidities.
                  Monday
                  66°
                  47°
                  Partly Cloudy

                  September 22nd

                  Humidity: 60-84%
                  Precip: 10%
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                  Noticeably cooler air is in place. Any early clouds, even the chance of a lake-effect rain shower
                  Tuesday
                  69°
                  47°
                  Clear

                  September 23rd

                  Humidity: 54-85%
                  Precip: 0%
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                  Sunny with the center of high pressure overhead.
                  Wednesday
                  72°
                  51°
                  Clear

                  September 24th

                  Humidity: 48-85%
                  Precip: 0%
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                  Mostly sunny. The start of a warming trend.
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