Posted December 19, 2019 by The Bill & Kali Show The Bill and Kali Show National Weather Service Outlook for Thursday, December 19th for Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis and Michiana National Weather Outlook Milwaukee After a chilly night tonight, temperatures will begin to climb, reaching the 40s by this weekend. Dry weather is expected to continue through the weekend. Milwaukee Live Radar Chicago Temperatures will be on a warming trend into the weekend. While today will be sunny and warmer across the area, chilly temperatures tonight and light winds could result in fog development. This fog may linger into Friday morning. Temperatures are likely to peak by Monday, with some low 50s possible. Above normal temperatures look to continue into Christmas, with no chance of precipitation. So a white Christmas continues to look very unlikely for the area. Chicago Radar Indianapolis Clear skies expected tonight with chilly temperatures expected by the morning. Lows will be in the single digits for much of central Indiana with wind chills near zero for much of the area. Dry conditions are expected through early next week with a warming trending going into the weekend. Indianapolis Radar Michiana Today will be mostly sunny and breezy, with highs in the upper 20s and low to mid 30s. Wind chills could be near zero at times today, especially in the morning so be sure to dress appropriately for the cold. Otherwise, expect a warming trend through the weekend, with highs eventually reaching into the 40s. Precipitation is not expected. Michiana Radar To keep up to date on our show schedule and view our past shows, like our Facebook Page The Bill and Kali Show or Subscribe to our YouTube Channel. The Bill and Kali Show The Bill and Kali Show The Bill and Kali Show Website CategoriesThe Bill and Kali Show, WeatherTagsChicago, Indianapolis, Michiana, Milwaukee, Weather Like this:Like Loading... Related The Bill & Kali Show View All A show that highlights organizations and individuals doing wonderful things for those in need or their community.