The dry and cool start to the week in Chicago will soon give way to a rainy midweek.
After a cloudy and damp afternoon on Tuesday, steady rain will arrive for the city on Wednesday.
In addition to causing some outdoor activities to be postponed, the rain could lead to slow travel -- both on the ground and in the air.
Though temperatures will drop late week, more sunshine will arrive and the city will have an opportunity to dry out.
The weekend will follow suit with mostly sunny skies. Saturday, however, will bring the threat of an afternoon shower.
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