Cooler weather, clouds, rain and some thunderstorms will be the themes in the city through Friday this week.
By midweek, temperatures will drop down into the 50s as rain plagues Chicago, hindering outdoor activities.
Thursday will be the coolest day of the week as temperatures reach only into the low 50s.
Breezy winds, rain and thunderstorms will persist in the city Thursday. However, Friday will give residents a brief break from the storms as the sun makes an appearance during the afternoon hours.
Heading into the weekend, times of sun and clouds are Saturday, but the chance for rain showers will persist through the afternoon hours.
For those looking to spend some time outdoors, Sunday will feature a full day of sunshine despite cooler air.
Into next week, sunshine will be aplenty on Monday as temperatures continue to rise back into the mid-60s. The city's next chance for showers will come on Tuesday.
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