CHICAGO (CBS)– Scattered rain and thunderstorms are predicted Saturday into Sunday morning.

CBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran said temperatures will stay in the mid 70s as the rain continues throughout the Chicago area.

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Curran said the heaviest rain will fall south of Chicago where this is a greater risk for storms to be severe.

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On Father’s Day, showers and storms are expected for the morning with temperatures in the 70s. Conditions are expected to improve in the afternoon with some late afternoon peeks of sunshine.

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Temepatures will remain in the upper 70s throughout the week with scattered showers.