Snow, Rain Persist Through Friday

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    Chicago again could go from rain to snow to rain again this week.

    Light snow showers and flurries developed early Tuesday mainly north of I-80 with more light snow expected by the late afternoon and early evening.

    Little to no accumulation is expected as the day becomes windy and cold with highs only in the low-to-mid 30s. The area saw occasional light snow showers Monday night after on-and-off rain.

    Flurries become possible again Wednesday before clouds gradually break for more sunshine in the afternoon. Highs again are expected in the low-to-mid 30s.

    Spring-like warmth makes its comeback Thursday with highs in the low 40s, though Chicagoans could see another mix of rain and snow through the day.

    Grab your umbrella again Friday. A chance of showers begins the weekend along with snow showers in the evening.

    High temps stay in the low- to mid-40s through Sunday.