Is it too early to expect rain?
The answer, it depends.
In fact, there’s a good chance it’s snowing, but it could be more cloudy than snowing.
In some parts of the country, the temperatures are expected to rise to 20 to 25 degrees, with lows in the mid-40s, according to Weather Underground.
If you live in northern or eastern Illinois, for example, the highest temperature could be 32 degrees.
On Thursday, the weather service in southern Illinois predicted snow for much of the state, including the Chicago area, with highs expected to drop to around 15 degrees.
Snow could continue through Friday morning.
In the Chicago region, it will be sunny, with a high in the 60s and a low in the 40s.
If you are looking to spend a day outdoors, the low in high temperatures could drop to a low of 15 degrees in the morning, according the weather app NOLA.com.
Snow will be more prevalent on Thursday, as the temperatures rise and the humidity levels fall.
The weather service expects snow to persist through the night and into Friday morning, with temperatures dropping to near freezing.
Temperatures are expected in the 20s on Thursday.
If there’s snow, it could begin falling late Thursday.
It’s also likely that much of northern Illinois will be covered with snow, with snow falling in the Chicago-area by Friday morning and freezing in northern Illinois.