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How Chicago weather forecast could impact Cubs, White Sox games

The North Siders and South Siders are each scheduled to play at home on Tuesday night

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An ominous forecast could put both the Cubs and White Sox games in jeopardy on Tuesday night. Cold and wet conditions are expected, with a chance of snow and high winds in the area.

While rain and snow is expected to be widespread, it appears Chicago may miss the worst of the weather.

Even if there’s no lightning, heavy rain could postpone or delay either the Cubs or White Sox games, who are each scheduled to play at home on Tuesday. But if Chicago gets just light rain or a drizzle the teams could be able to play through the elements.

Both teams have first pitch scheduled at 6:40 p.m. and temperatures are expected to hover around 40 degrees with wind chills just above 30 at that time, per the National Weather Service. By 10 p.m., the NWS predicts temps will dip to 38 degrees with a sub-30 wind chill.

For detailed forecast information, check out our coverage at NBC Chicago.

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