CHICAGO (CBS) — If your’re planning on Easter egg hunting this weekend, the morning might be your best chance to stay dry.

According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, the rain will be arriving during the evening hours.

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TONIGHT

Clouds increase tonight as a weak system moves our way. Drizzle with it probably won’t make it to the ground as dry air is in place. Low 37.

SATURDAY

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More clouds than sun with rain arriving between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. Showers likely into the night. Gusty south winds all day and night. High 59.

SUNDAY

A cloudy start with passing light showers at times, but the best chance of organized downpour activity comes after dark as a very strong cold front approaches. Heaviest rain overnight. High 58

MONDAY

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Possible wintry mix around daybreak before the moisture source departs. Chilly northwest winds all day with falling temps. Wind chills in the 30s all day.

Mary Kay Kleist