Chicago: Cooler, Less Humid Air to Return by Late Week

By Michael Kuhne, Staff Writer
September 5, 2014; 3:12 AM ET
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While Labor Day marked an unofficial end to the summer, the Chicago area will see warm, humid conditions continue before temperatures slide late in the week.

"A cold front will move through on Friday with showers and thunderstorms likely," Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.

As the storms pass the Chicago area, cooler weather will return. Temperatures will slide into the low 70s for the weekend.

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On Saturday, temperatures will linger around the 70 F mark with clouds and sunshine throughout the day. Overnight lows will be near 60 F.

Sunday will feature more sunshine and pleasant conditions that will carry into early next week.

The next chance for rain will return on Tuesday.


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