Chicago is set to see one more winter burst before things look to get better.
With Tuesday morning wind chills still reading below zero, temperatures will slowly climb through the week.
Wednesday will remain unseasonably cold, with highs in the mid- to upper-20s. Temperatures are set to rise Thursday to near 30 degrees, but light snow is expected to develop for the afternoon and evening hours.
The light snow will likely continue overnight, ending near dawn Friday and leaving behind potential accumulation. Anywhere from a dusting in northeast counties to up to 3 inches of snow in far southwest counties is possible.
Things turn milder Friday as temps rise into the mid- to upper-30s, climbing into the 40s by Saturday.
Saturday could also see rain developing in the late morning and early afternoon hours with a few isolated thunderstorms possible.
Sunday could also see light rain mixing with some sleet or snow in the morning, though no accumulation is expected. Highs will stay in the upper-30s and low-40s, but are expected to fall.
By Monday, things look to be dry with highs in the mid- to upper-30s.