CHICAGO (CBS) — It will be a rainy Saturday in the Chicago area, but temperatures will be warmer, reaching the low 60s.

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The heaviest rain will be south of the city. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible south of Interstate 80 where there is a marginal chance for severe weather.

Southern states will, again, see an enhanced risk for severe weather.

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Sunday will be sunny but cooler with a seasonable temperature of around 51.

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Temperatures will reach into the 60s on Monday and Tuesday with sunshine.

Forecast
Saturday: Showers and thunderstorms. 63. Marginal chance for severe storms south of I-80.
Saturday night: Rain ends overnight. 42.
Sunday: Sunny, cooler. 51.