Prepare to pull out a light jacket and maybe an extra blanket next week as meteorologists across the country predict an untimely return of the Polar Vortex throughout the Midwest.
Dubbed “Polar Vortex Part II” by some, the unseasonably chilly weather is anticipated to strike early next week and should last for a few days.
"The jet stream will be buckling unusually far south for mid-July, allowing a cross polar flow of chilly air," ABC7 Meteorologist Mike Caplan said.
That chilly air is anticipated to arrive overnight Monday, July 14, and will likely stick around through Wednesday night. The Chicagoland area should brace for overnight temperatures in the 40s with highs just barely reaching 70 as the week kicks off, CBSLocal.com reported.
High temperatures in the Chicago area in July generally average about 85 degrees with lows dipping to about 65.
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Written by Randy Gailit