Chicago weather is siding with the Bears this Sunday.
An early look at the weekend playoff forecast shows a Sunday afternoon kick-off temperature of about 42 degrees with east-southeast winds between 5 and 15 mph that could gust to 20 mph by late evening.
Fans heading to Soldier Field for the Bears-Eagles game can expect partly-to-mostly cloudy conditions throughout the evening.
Sunday starts off breezy and mild then settles into the low-40s along the lake for the start of the Bears game.
Overcast skies likely won't produce rain showers until after midnight.
Expect a rainy rush hour on Monday then a windy, mild rest of the day with upper 40s and low 50s and periods of light to moderate rain.
A cold front passes through the area late Monday afternoon, but it brings an end to the rain by early evening.
The Bears play their first playoff game in eight years at 3:40 p.m. Sunday against the Eagles