CHICAGO (CBS) — There is a warm day ahead for the Chicago area with a high in the mid 80s. Also expect a chance for scattered popup showers and storms late in the day and evening. Showers will end before midnight.

The far north and west areas will have a low risk for severe thunderstorms Saturday afternoon, which will be isolated and widely scattered. The latest Storm Prediction Center forecast includes possible thunderstorm winds, hail and a low (2%) risk of tornado.

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In this heat and humidity any storms through the weekend could be strong or severe, but they will not be widespread.

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Sunday will be mostly sunny and hotter. Expect an isolated shower or storm Sunday afternoon with a better chance for widespread storms at night.

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Saturday: Partly sunny. Scattered afternoon storms. 86.
Saturday night: Showers end. Mostly cloudy, 70.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. Isolated afternoon showers or storms, 90.