TRIBUNE: After record stretch of cold, Chicago will come close to record high — then wintry mix

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The Chicago Tribune is reporting, “After a week when temperatures never rose above 20, Chicago will see springlike temperatures Thursday that will come close to the record high set in 1880.

Winter will settle back in by the evening as the area gets hit with rain, sleet and snow, according to the National Weather Service.

Temperatures could start climbing into the 50s by Wednesday evening. On Thursday, they could hit the upper 50s but will not likely break the record high of 61 degrees, said Kevin Donofrio, a meteorologist with the weather service…”

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