You might not know it from the temperature right now but a cold front passed through the city around 4 o'clock this morning. This is the same system that produced more than eighty tornadoes across the Midwest yesterday. Not so fun fact: Since 1986 there have been 194 tornado warnings issued in November for Illinois, 101 of them were issued yesterday. For us, that storm produced less than a quarter-inch of rain. While dry air has arrived, the dew point has dropped 25 degrees since the front's passage, it is going to take a while for the cold air to pile up and cross the Appalachians. Look for a breezy high in the upper 60s this afternoon under clear blue skies.

The temperature is going to drop into the upper 30s overnight and will only rise to the mid 40s tomorrow. With a northwest wind gusting up to 30 mph it will feel colder than that. Wednesday won't be quite as breezy, letting us warm to the upper 40s for a high.

Not much is going on for Thursday and Friday. Look for a mix of sun and clouds with highs each day in the lower 50s. A cold front on Friday night followed by another one on Saturday might bring a few showers early in the weekend and are very likely to bring unseasonably cold weather by Sunday.