It is summer one day and fall the next.
Indian Summer occurring on the south coast of the UK right now. Whereabouts is that graph coming from?
You have to dig through
weather.gov. I’ll caution that, in
m/s, the wind gusts are calculated wrong. All you can tell from my example is that there are gusts. If you switch back to
mph then the forecasted gust speeds are correct.
Also, I was looking for references related to weather and found
This screen capture is from an embedded plugin on a random web page. I clicked on the ‘Windy’ at the top to find the original source. Though, I prefer the embedded color scheme.
A lot of Chicago weather comes from cold or warm air blown in on the boundaries of pressure systems which is why the temperature changes 20°F in a day: e.g. going from a south to north wind.