20 JunLocal Time: 05:25 CDT UK Time: 11:25 BST
- Sunrise 05:15
- Sunset 20:29
- Moonrise 17:29
- Moonset 02:43
|Temp feels like:||17°c (62.6°f)|
|Length of Day:||15h 13m|
|Dew Point:||12 °c (54°f)|
|Pressure:||30.12 " (1020 hpa)|
Average for June: 21°c (69°f)
Weather Overview for Chicago
Chicago is located in North-eastern Illinois at the South-western tip of Lake Michigan on the North American continent of the United States of America. The capital of the United States of America is and the currency is US Dollar. Washington D.C. Chicago is the third largest city in the with a population of nearly three million people and is a city of great culture and architectural splendour in amazing buildings. United States of America
The weather in
is of a humid continental climate with mild springs, hot / humid summers, cold / snowy winters and crisp autumns. It is also known as ‘the windy city’, due to the channelling of winds between the very tall buildings generally causing strong gusts in the business area, with average wind speeds from 8mph in late summer to 12mph in spring months. Chicago Chicago also experiences microclimates as a result of Lake Michigan. There is a local lake shore breeze which pulls cool air into making waterfront neighbourhoods slightly cooler in the summer months and warmer in winter. Precipitation falls from the air which has passed over the Chicago Gulf of Mexico. Tornado season begins in March but the peak for the tornado season is from July to September.
Chicago is a city of great architecture being home to two of the tallest buildings in the United States of America being and Trump International Hotel and Tower. There is plenty of entertainment and culture on offer in Willis Tower such as an alluring nightlife, theatres, the Chicago Park District, consisting of 552 parks, numerous museums, art galleries, bathing beaches, sporting venues and great architectural buildings. It is also home to the world’s largest outdoor food festival. Chicago is a great destination for your holiday catering for families with and without children, with visitors coming from all over the world to enjoy the weather, culture, architecture and attractions. You can look at the weather averages to see what the weather will be like at the time of your visit. Chicago
The average monthly temperatures for each season are as follows:
In spring the highest average daytime temperature is 150C and the lowest average temperature is 50C. The highest temperature recorded in spring is 330C in the month of May and the lowest temperature recorded is -220C in the month of March. Fog is most common in March.
In summer the highest average daytime temperature is 280C and the lowest average temperature is 160C. The highest temperature recorded in summer is 410C in the month of July and the lowest recorded is 30C in the month of June. Summer is prone to thunderstorms and June is normally the month with the most storms. Sometimes summer can be the rainiest season which is a result of hit and miss storms rather than prolonged rain fall.
In autumn the highest average temperature is 170C and the lowest average temperature is 60C. The highest temperature recorded in autumn is 360C in the month of September and the lowest recorded is -130C in the month of November. Autumn weather can be unpredictable being chilly / rainy or warm / moist.
In winter the highest average temperature is 10C and the lowest average temperature is -90C. The highest temperature recorded in winter is 220C in the month of February and the lowest recorded is -290C in the month of January. The average winter provides 38 inches of snow, of this snow fall it can be from 10 inches to 98 inches. Every 3 years there is normally a storm which produces a further 10 inches of snow. The snow normally covers the ground for weeks which is good for skiers but not good for joggers and runners.
It is always a good idea to check the weather forecasts before you book your holiday.
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