Windy City? Election Day to Bring Gusty Winds, Colder Temps - NBC Chicago

Windy City? Election Day to Bring Gusty Winds, Colder Temps

Temperature highs will be in the upper-40s in most locations, but a spot or two could reach 50 degrees

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    Monday Forecast

    Alicia Roman has the latest forecast update for the Chicago area. 

    (Published Monday, Nov. 5, 2018)

    It’s going to be windy in the city – and across the Chicago area -- this Election Day.

    As the polls open, cloudy skies will likely bring spotty showers and sprinkles to spots through the mid-morning hours.

    The clouds are expected to break for some sunshine by the afternoon, but conditions will stay windy and chilly.

    Temperature highs will be in the upper-40s in most locations, but a spot or two could reach 50 degrees.

    Strong wind gusts of up to 40 mph will make it feel colder, however.

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