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High 71 Friday with Some Gusty NE Winds 20 MPH; Most Recent Arlington Heights Rain 1.1″ Wednesday

MAY 2018 ALL-TIME WETTEST MAY FOR CHICAGO OFFICIAL WEATHER: 8.21 INCHES Cooler weather for Friday, especially if you live closer to Lake Michigan. Chicagoland residents will be facing a back door cold front with northeast winds blowing in onshore chilled air from the cold waters of Lake Michigan. The Wilmette Buoy recorded a water temperature […]

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Tuesday Sept. 26 2017 Marked the 7th Consecutive Record High Temperature in Chicago

September 2017 marks the only occurrence on record for Chicago of a seven-day period of consecutive 90°F-plus days entirely within September. The first record high day was Wednesday, September 20, 2017. The record warmth continued every day through Tuesday September 26, 2017. The temperatures were about 20 degrees above normal, ranging from 92°F to 95°F.. […]

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Chicago Weather Records for 2015 from the National Weather Service

The National Weather Service Chicago has published the records established during 2015. Significant snow happened occurred in February and November, which brought a near record snow year. We never reached the upper 90s or 100 degree temperatures for 2015. The highest temperatures were recorded at 92°F on September 6 (2:22 PM), August 15 (2:24 PM) […]

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Wednesday’s High of 47°F Was a Record Cold Temperature for May 20

Wednesday’s high of 47°F broke the record for the lowest daily high for May 20. The previous record as 51°F (2002). The cold high was only the sixth time since 1906 that a high temperature hits cold was observed this far into the spring season. The last time it was this cold in May was […]

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Chicago’s Official High Temperature at O’Hare Set a Record Cold Temperature on Saturday, October 4, 2014

Chicago’s official temperature at O’Hare International Airport set a record low maximum (high temperature) on Saturday, October 4, 2014. Prior to yesterday, the record high October 4, 2014 was 47 degrees — set on October 4, 2014 marking the lowest maximum high temperature in 79 years, the NWS reported. The previous record, set on October […]

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Chicago O’Hare Weather Close to the Minimum High Record 76 at 77 Yesterday

The lowest recorded high temperature for June 25 officially in Chicago is 76 degrees set in 1890. We came close yesterday with a high temperature of 77 recorded officially at O’Hare International Airport at 12:51 p.m. and 1:51 p.m. The temperature dropped drastically by 2:51 p.m. to 71 degrees as mostly cloudy conditions rolled in. […]

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O’Hare Official Temperature Hits 90 Degree for 46th Time This Year; 47 Is Record Set in 1988

The official air temperature at O’Hare International Airport hit 90°F or greater for the 46th time in 2012. The temperature was reported at 90.0°F at the 1:51 pm. CDT reporting time. The remaining afternoon hourly temperatures were in the 80’s. NOAA Storm Prediction Center has forecast an increased tornado risk in northwest Illinois, most of […]

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What’s the Latest First Snowfall in Fall in Chicago? Did Snowfall Ever Wait Until Winter?

Weather Record: The latest first snowfall (.3 inch) to occur in a Fall season was reported on December 16th, 1965. Flurries had fallen on November 18, 1965. Can we break the record? To beat the snow record, it can’t snow in Chicago
until after December 16th. Did snowfall ever wait until winter in Chicago? No, the first snowfall would have to be after the Winter Solstice, which is about December 21st.

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Watch Out for Plants: Frost Advisory Includes Cook County

The National Weather Service at 10:40 a.m. Saturday issued a Frost Advisory for late tonight, early tomorrow morning. The latest day on record to fall to 32°F is May 25, 1992. The latest day to fall below 32°F is May 21, 2002 when the temperature fell to 31°F. URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE […]

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Dallas-Fort Worth Area Beats Chicago for First Snowfall Between Two Metro Areas

There was little accumulation of snow on streets in Dallas, but an upper level disturbance caused light rain to turn to light snow over the North Texas area Wednesday morning. Temperatures on the ground weren’t below freezing, and snow at Dallas-Fort Woth International Airport was only trace. Dallas Love Field has one-quarter inch. Freezing temperatures […]

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Snow in Chicago in October 2009? Before Columbus Day? Break a Record for Earliest Snowfall?

Snow on the ground in Arlington Heights on October 12, 2006 — the day that holds the current record for earliest measurable snowfall in Chicagoland. If conditions are just right, Chicagoland could break or tie a record this coming weekend for the earliest snowfall. The earliest TRACE snowfall has been reported on September 25, 1928 […]

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