CHICAGO (SCS) — An isolated downpour tonight, otherwise expect a cool night with lows in the mid 50s.
According to CBS 2 chief meteorologist Albert Ramon, the chance of rain increases after sunrise Wednesday. Widespread showers in the morning, with a few thunderstorms possible.
Chance of a thunderstorm for Wednesday afternoon, and a few thunderstorms could be strong or violent. Although the risk is low, storms producing gusty winds and hail will be possible.
An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. Highs on Wednesday will be warmer in the 70s, thanks to a gusty southerly wind.
Scattered showers continue Thursday and at least Friday morning. Rainfall amounts through Friday could exceed an inch in several places.
Drying this weekend with highs in the low to mid 70s on Saturday, but mid 80s on Sunday. Higher 80s to near 90s will be possible for Memorial Day Monday and again on Tuesday next week.
THIS EVENING: Rather cloudy. A slight chance of rain. Down 55°
WEDNESDAY: Showers likely in the morning, then a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. High 72°
THURSDAY: Scattered showers. High 74°