By Mary Kay Kleist

CHICAGO (CBS) —The slow-moving upper level disturbance will move overhead Saturday morning, increasing our rain chances.

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According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, there will be few sprinkles this evening with the best coverage of rain arriving sunrise to lunchtime Saturday.

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Rain is likely Saturday with an isolated chance for a few embedded thunderstorms. Finally, that system departs Saturday night and clearing begins Sunday.

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TONIGHT: Scattered showers. Low 62
SATURDAY: Rain likely with isolated thunderstorms. Look for a high of 70.
SUNDAY: Clouds break for some sunshine. Expect a high of 76.

Mary Kay Kleist