Air & Water Show Forecast: One Day is Better Than the Other | NBC Chicago

Air & Water Show Forecast: One Day is Better Than the Other

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    The city of Chicago says it has plans in place if the Air & Water Show expereinces severe weather, NBC 5's Ash-har Qurashi reports. (Published Friday, Aug. 19, 2016)

    Looks like Sunday may be the better day for watching the Chicago Air & Water show this weekend.

    The chance for storms Friday will grow more widespread heading into Saturday, the first day of the iconic show.

    Forecast models show scattered storms are possible Friday afternoon, with those chances continuing into the evening hours.

    On Saturday, cloudy skies will linger throughout the morning and afternoon with the chance for showers and storms to pop up at any point. Any storms that develop could bring the threat of heavy rain and localized flooding.

    Weekend Forecast

    [CHI] Weekend Forecast
    Brant Miller has the latest on this weekend's forecast and all you need to know for the Air & Water show. (Published Friday, Aug. 19, 2016)

    The Chicago area is under a marginal risk for severe weather Saturday.

    The storms are expected to gradually decrease in coverage during the late afternoon and early evening hours.

    Sunday is expected to be dry, but noticeably cooler.

    Partly sunny skies will make way for lower humidity levels and temperature highs in the mid-70s.

    Chance of Storms

    [CHI] Chance of Storms
    NBC 5's Alicia Roman gives us a look at the weather forecast. (Published Friday, Aug. 19, 2016)

    Things warm up slightly by Monday, with temperatures returning to the 80s by Tuesday.

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