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Warmer, Sunnier Weather Expected After Heavy Weekend Storms

The city is still under a flood advisory through Tuesday afternoon, though.

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CHICAGO — This week will start out soggy after Sunday storms drenched Chicago, but the rest of the week should be sunnier and warmer.

A bit more rain is expected: Monday is expected to see scattered showers after 3 p.m., but the day will be mostly foggy with a high temperature of 59 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Tuesday has a chance for rain until 2 p.m. and it’ll be cloudy with a high of 58 degrees.

The city is still under a flood warning until 1 p.m. Monday, and there’s a Lakeshore Flood Advisory in effect until Tuesday afternoon. The advisory warns there could be minor flooding due to elevated water levels from Sunday’s rain, and winds could create waves up to 5 feet tall.

Wednesday will be partly sunny with a high of 61, and Thursday will see temperatures climb to 63, according to the National Weather Service.

Friday has a slight chance for rain, but it will be mostly sunny and could get as warm as 65 degrees.

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