Cheryl Scott 2013-04-14 NBC 5 Chicago News at 10

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND OTHER ACADEMIC SERVICES.>>NOT TOO BAD OUT THERE FOR A RUN.>>NO, JUST 20 TO 30 DEGREES COLDER AT THE START OF THE RUN THAN NOW. WHICH IS IMPRESSIVE. IT TOOK A LONG WHILE TO GET WARM TODAY. THE ANTICIPATION OF THE WARM TEMPERATURES TODAY, I KNOW WE WANTED THEM SOONER, AND THEY DID COME AROUND THE 5:00 HOUR. PARTS OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS REACHING THE MID-70s TODAY, AND THAT’S ALL ABOUT TO CHANGE IN JUST A LITTLE BIT, BUT NOT QUITE YET. LIVE DOPPLER 5, WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING AT MOSTLY DRY CONDITIONS. AND SHOWERS DEVELOPING OFF TO THE WEST, AND THIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH A FRONT THAT IS PUSHING IN TONIGHT. WE ARE EXPECTING RAIN SHOWERS TONIGHT INTO EARLY TOMORROW MORNING. BEFORE THE FRONT ARRIVES AND THE RAIN MOVES IN, IT’S MILD OUT THERE. CHICAGO, 65 DEGREES, AND NAPERVILLE, 64. TAKING YOU A LITTLE FURTHER NORTH, STRUGGLING ALL DAY TO GET THESE TEMPERATURES TO CLIMB, TOOK A LITTLE LONGER TO GET THE WINDS TO SHIFT IN FROM THE SOUTH, BUT BARRINGTON 50 DEGREES COLONELLY. THIS IS WHAT WE ARE LOOKING AT AS WE GO INTO THE NEXT COUPLE HOURS. CURRENT TEMPERATURES, MID-60s. O’HARE, 63 DEGREES. REACHED A HIGH CLOSE TO 70 TODAY. 69 UP TOWARDS WAUKEGAN. AND COOLER THERE, AND STILL WAITING FOR THAT WIND TO MOVE IN FROM THE SOUTH. OVERNIGHT WE BECOME MORE STEADY, ON AN EVEN PLAYING FIELD. YOU SEE THE TEMPERATURES DROPPING TO THE MID-50s OVERNIGHT, WHICH IS NOT TOO BAD FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. AND TOMORROW HIGHS NEAR 60 DEGREES. THIS IS AVERAGE FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. THE BAD THING WITH THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES ARE THE CLOUDY SKIES AND RAIN SHOWERS THAT WE ARE EXPECTING. SATELLITE AND RADAR APPROACHING THE FRONT. THIS WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE OUR WAY, AND BRING SHOWERS OVER NIGHT AND WE ARE EXPECTING A WET AND DAMP START TO OUR MONDAY. FOR YOUR COMMUTE TOMORROW, PLAN ON DAMP ROADS. THERE’S A POSSIBILITY WITH THE FRONT FOR A FEW RUMBLES OF THUNDER. WE CANNOT RULE THAT OUT BUT WE WILL SEE THE INSTABILITY DIE DOWN AS WE GO OVERNIGHT. RAIN SHOWERS IN THE FORECAST FOR TONIGHT AND THE START OF TOMORROW. THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL DROP TO THE SOUTH IN MONDAY AND TUESDAY, AND SCATTERED SHOWERS ON AND OFF POSSIBLE TOMORROW. TUESDAY, A DRIER DAY, AND STILL RAIN DROPS IN THE FORECAST, MAINLY AREAS SOUTH AND THEN ANOTHER STRONG AND LOOKS TO BE A POTENT STORM SYSTEM TO MOVE IN ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY. ALL WEEK LONG, UNSETTLED WEATHER UP AND DOWN AND TEMPERATURES, ON AND OFF RAIN, AND CHANCES OF STORMS. PUT THAT IN THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD. FOR TONIGHT, INCREASING CLOUDS. AND SHOWERS MOVING IN OVERNIGHT, AND A CHANCE OF A STORM. AND SCATTERED SHOWERS AND BREEZY FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, YOU CAN SEE THE TEMPERATURES SWING TO 50, AND RAIN AND STORMS THERE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, COOLER AND THEN SUNDAY, THAT’S IN YOUR AVERAGE WITH DRY CONDITIONS.>>NOW, CHERYL’S WEATHER PHOTOS.>>A GORGEOUS SHOT.>>THAT’S BEAUTIFUL.>>AND WE ARE GOING TO HAVE TO KEEP AN EYE, SPEAKING OF WATER LEVELS. WE WILL THINK ABOUT THAT. AND WE HAVE THE GORGEOUS SHOT THERE, AND THIS IS SENT IN BY ERIC, BLUE SKIES. GREAT SHOT THERE, TOO.>>STILL WAITING FOR SPRING, THOUGH.>>I WILL WAIT FOR NEXT WEEK’S FORECAST.>>THANKS, CHERYL.>>>UP NEXT, A BUSY DAY IN CHICAGO SPORTS. THE CUBS, SOX, BULLS AND HAWKS ALL PLAYED AND WHAT LED TO A BENCH CLEARING MASCOT BRAWL IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL. WE’LL EXPLR NBC 5 NEWS AT 10:00. WE WILL HAVE MORE COMING OCCUPY SPORTS SUNDAY.>>>THE TRADITIONAL MASCOT RACE AT THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL’S HOME GAME GOT A LITTLE EXTRA SILLY TODAY.>>IT DID. IT STARTED WITH THE USUAL SUSPECTS, AND THOMAS JEFFERSON JUMPING OUT FOR THE EARLY LEAD BEFORE BEING TACKLED BY THE BLUE HEN. AND IN THE END IT RESEMBLED MORE OF A MELEE THAN A RACE, AND THOMAS JEFFERSON DID GO ON FOR THE WIN.>>YOU ARE EXTRA PROUD.>>NICE JOB.>>>THAT’S OUR NEWS AND WEATHER FOR NOW.

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