Showers are back in play this week for Chicago.
It will stay chilly on Tuesday as the Pittsburgh Pirates come into town to take on the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field with a high around 49 and a shower possible.
Sunshine will return on Wednesday with a rebounding high in the upper 50s to near 60.
A run into the upper-60s is possible for Thursday under clouds with a chance of showers.
Partly sunny skies are expected Friday with a high temperatures once again reaching the mid-60s.
The normal high for Chicago is about 55 F.
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