CHICAGO (CBS) — While we won’t break a temperature record, highs will hit the low- to mid-90s today and Friday, followed by a possible visit from the remnants of Hurricane Issac this weekend.
The high today is expected to reach 92 or 93 degrees. The record for this date is 96. Temperatures will rise back up into the 90s on Friday, with mostly clear skies.
Then on Saturday evening, rain could hit Chicago has Isaac makes it way north. It is possible that the system will take a turn to the east and spare much of Chicagoland from heavy downpours. The rain would continue on Sunday morning, CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros reports.
The heaviest rains would be south of the city.
The exact path of the storm is still uncertain.
Labor Day itself looks to be dry and nice.