For some areas, snowflakes follow steamy Sunday
(MCT) — The balmy weekend turned into a frigid Monday as a cold front blew into the Chicago area with gusting winds of more than 50 mph and scattered snow flurries.
Sunday's temperatures soared to 70 degrees, making it the city’s warmest Veterans Day since 1964. Just as quickly, overnight temperatures plunged into the 30s as a cold rain and strong west winds sent the mercury on a steep decline, according to the Chicago Weather Center.
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