Seasonal warmth looks to make a return to Chicago right in time for the holiday weekend.
Sunshine on Saturday will help boost temperatures into the 60s during the afternoon.
This will be followed up by an even warmer day on Sunday with highs topping out in the 70s.
Despite warmth on Sunday, skies will remain cloudy for most of Easter day. For those traveling, roadways should be free of any precipitation.
Heading into Monday, temperatures will once again top out near 70 degrees but rain showers will dampen the city.
After Monday, sunshine will be prevalent through midweek with highs in the 50s. Thursday will be the next chance for some rain and storms in Chicago.
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