More Rain Expected Tonight

Most severe weather should remain south of I-80.

By Lisa Balde
|  Saturday, Apr 23, 2011  |  Updated 12:37 PM CDT
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Just when you think Chicago's rainy forecast is drying out -- get ready -- it's about to be fully soaked again.

Just when you think Chicago's rainy forecast is drying out -- get ready -- it's about to be fully soaked again.

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Just when you think Chicago's rainy forecast is drying out -- get ready -- it's about to be fully soaked again.

The city and suburbs' soggy week of weather ends the way it started, with unseasonably low temperatures and rain that could turn to thunder.

Thunderstorms are on the radar after 4 p.m. Friday and could become severe in some sections.   

The most severe weather should remain south of Interstate 80.

The sun will peak out early Saturday, but clouds will increase as the day progresses.  There's a day-to-day chance for showers through the middle of next week.

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