By Mary Kay Kleist

CHICAGO (CBS) — It’ll be turning cloudy overnight as our next wave approaches.

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But according to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist,  it will run into our dry air mass that we have in place.

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So rain showers Saturday will be scattered. Not expecting thunder.

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Most of Sunday is looking dry.

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Once the sun sets, rain chances increase into the night and for Monday.

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TONIGHT: Clouds increase. Low 52.

SATURDAY: Scattered showers. High 65.

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SUNDAY: Mixed skies. High 70. Evening chance of a shower.

Mary Kay Kleist