Despite warm air in Chicago this week, rain and thunderstorms are possible for Mother's Day on Sunday.
Temperatures will sink into the low 70s this weekend. Overnight temperatures Saturday night will hover around the 55 F mark.
For the first day of the weekend, the sun will return for parts of the afternoon Saturday, but thunderstorms will come back to Chicago for Saturday evening.
Showers and thunderstorms will last through Saturday night, and showers will continue throughout the day on Mother's Day. While the afternoon will be storm-free for the holiday Sunday, storms will roll back into the city Sunday night, possibly impacting holiday activities.
The city will have another chance for a thunderstorm on Monday.
Comments that don't add to the conversation may be automatically or manually removed by Facebook or AccuWeather. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.
Typhoon Nesat has made landfall in northern Taiwan and is now taking aim at southeastern China, but the risk for flooding and mudslides will be exacerbated as another tropical storm comes into play.
Thunderstorms will increase in coverage across the Florida Peninsula and threaten to disrupt travel and vacation plans early this week.
As the calendar flips from July to August, folks across the western United States will begin to face a resurgence of heat that will last through at least the first week of the month.
After days of festivities, some races could be cut short on the final day of Travelmünde on Sunday, as severe thunderstorms roll through northern Germany.
The zero-waste community is going above and beyond recycling by tackling the source of the problem: humans are producing far too much waste.
Flash flooding near Tucson, Arizona, left hikers in danger this week while flooding in India and the Philippines wreaked havoc.
A rare storm for late July will unload flooding rain and gusty winds to a large part of the mid-Atlantic through Saturday morning.
Dry and pleasant conditions will sweep unusually far southward across the eastern third of the United States to end the month of July.