Rain Clouds Blanket Chicago Through Friday

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    The weather system that brought rain to the Chicago area on Wednesday will likely just sit over the Great Lakes for the next few days.

    After showers and thunderstorms earlier in the day, another round is possible overnight until about 2 a.m. Thursday.

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    Tempertures overnight into Thursday will be in the upper 40s, warming up later into the day into the lower 50s. But more clouds and rain are likely.

    Showers are predicted again Friday with thunderstorms possible after 2 p.m. When it's not raining, the day remains cloudy with temperatures in the mid-50s.

    Chicago is expected to dry out Saturday morning after a rainy Friday night with showers likely before 8 p.m. and again until 2 a.m. The weekend sees highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s, but after a drought-filled summer, the rain isn't over yet.

    Another bout of showers is predicted for next week.