CHICAGO (CBS) — High pressure is in place tonight, keeping skies clear, but chilly air stays in place.

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According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, there will be some sun Saturday morning before clouds and showers increase throughout the rest of the day.

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As the cold front gets closer after dark Saturday night, there could be embedded thunderstorms within the downpours.

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Models are trending toward a half inch of rain. Strong winds set up for Sunday with falling temperatures through the day.

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TONIGHT: Clear. Low 28.

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SATURDAY: Turning cloudy with increasing rain. High 48.

SUNDAY:  Very windy with falling temperatures. High 47.

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