Get ready for a rainy, possibly stormy Father's Day weekend.
While Friday looks mostly to partly sunny with highs in the low-to-mid 90s, scattered showers and storms are possible the next two days in the Chicago area.
Saturday, which marks the first day of summer, should feel appropriately hot thanks to a high of 90 degrees and more humid conditions.
Scattered storms are possible Saturday during the afternoon and evening, and northeastern Illinois is under a marginal risk for one or two strong storms.
The day likely won't be a washout, though, with several hours of dry conditions expected.
A few storms and showers are possible early Sunday, but Father's Day afternoon looks mainly dry.
The day otherwise looks warm and humid with a high of 86 degrees.
Scattered showers and storms are possible again on Monday as very warm, humid conditions continue, kicking off a potentially rainy week.