Pete Sack has the work week forecast.
If Monday's cooler-than-normal Labor Day weather wasn't enough of a slap in the face, wait until Tuesday morning.
One of the coolest Labor Days on record is expected to be followed by a day where temperatures may drop as low as the mid-40s away from the lake,according to NBCChicago's Pete Sack.
Highs struggled to hit the mid-60s on Monday with blustery winds making it feel even cooler.
Tuesday will rebound, with highs approaching 70 degrees, but still breezy.
Temperatures are expected to remain in the mid-70s for the rest of the work week with showers entering the equation toward the beginning of the weekend.