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As we experience the last week in September, a brisk west to northwest wind steers much cooler, fall-like temperatures into the Chicago area.Readings will likely fail to warm out of the 60s for the next few days — it looks like we will have to wait...

Skilling: Fall-like temperatures next few days

As we experience the last week in September, a brisk west to northwest wind steers much cooler, fall-like temperatures into the Chicago area.Readings will likely fail to warm out of the 60s for the next few days — it looks like we will have to wait...

Skilling: Fall-like temperatures next few days

As we experience the last week in September, a brisk west to northwest wind steers much cooler, fall-like temperatures into the Chicago area.

Readings will likely fail to warm out of the 60s for the next few days — it looks like we will have to wait until Friday for above-normal 70-degree readings once again.

A much-anticipated cold front swept through from the west Sunday, triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms that departed to the east around sunset.

As is the nature of showers even when driven by a frontal passage, several locations had zero to a trace of rain, but many others received a quarter to a half-inch.

Of the early reports, Gurnee topped the list with 1.10 inches in a late afternoon downpour. It was a warm, humid day with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. Morris (91) and Aurora (90) recorded what may be our last 90-degree readings of the year.

Influenced by a cold-core low pressure and northwest flow aloft, high temperatures will be in the 60s probably until Friday, when a high pressure ridge begins to build into the area. From that point on temperatures will gradually rise — most likely starting another string of above-normal temperatures that should last well into the following week.

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