Chicago will face a thunderstorm on Saturday before clouds and lower temperatures stretch into early next week.
Saturday will be humid as thunderstorms roll into the area during the afternoon. Saturday's high is in the upper 70s. Storms could linger into Saturday night as well.
Those with outdoor plans should take caution and seek indoor shelter at the first sign of a storm.
Starting Sunday, temperatures will drop to the low 70s. Normal temperatures for this time of year is in the low 80s.
Limited sunshine will cover the area before clouds move in. Storms could pop up over Sunday night as well.
The cooler temperatures will stretch into the beginning of next week before highs hit into the upper 70s on Tuesday.
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