Extended Forecast for 61265
Monday 05/02
61° | 41°
Partly Cloudy
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Tuesday 05/03
68° | 46°
Clear
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Wednesday 05/04
63° | 40°
Partly Cloudy
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Thursday 05/05
66° | 45°
Clear
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Friday 05/06
79° | 56°
Clear
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National Weather Service Hourly Forecast for Thursday at 61265
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High Temperature 86°F 105°F (1936)
Low Temperature 65°F 47°F (1979)
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