You'll probably be a little cold if you can get into Wrigley Field for the World Series this weekend.
It'll feel like it's only in the 40s outside on Friday thanks to Canada's cold air hitting Chicago.
Thursday night will be really cold, but then the weekend will be in the 70s. What?
The city could have way more 90-plus-degree days, disastrous ice storms and a loss of wildlife.
The city should start to dry out, but it'll also get a lot chillier.
Chicago will have a lot more snow and will be a lot colder than it was last year.
It'll be a cool, rain-free weekend for the 2016 Chicago marathon.
This week will start off warm but end with possible storms and chillier weather.
Expect gray skies, lots of clouds and rainy weather this weekend in Chicago.
Watch for small storms and flooding along the lakeshore if you're headed outside.
Waterspouts formed throughout the southern end of the lake Wednesday, visible from across the city.
This week will start off cool and fall-like before getting warmer for the weekend.
Most of the weekend will be dry, though storms are possible on Sunday.
Thursday is the fall equinox, when the sun will rise and fall straight down skyscraper canyons.
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