Chicagoans in shirt sleeves as temps soar into 60s
CHICAGO (AP) — Workers strolled coatless through downtown. Women wore skirts over bare legs. And joggers were in shorts and T-shirts.
Many Chicagoans enjoyed temperatures expected to soar to 66 degrees Tuesday — exactly one week after they had to bundle up against subzero temperatures and brutal wind chills.
"When I woke up this morning I was shocked by it, but it's Chicago." said Ann Sunseri, 30, wearing just a light leather jacket while taking a break from her job at a legal recruiting firm. "You never can really expect what the weather's going to be. It just fluctuates so much recently, and I don't feel like it used to be that way."
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