CHICAGO — More hot and humid weather will hit the city this week, with some days expected to feel like it’s warmer than 100 degrees out.
Chicago had a brief cooling-off period Sunday, but the warmth is back in full force, as Monday is expected to be humid and hit 89 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The day will be mostly sunny, but the night could see gusty thunderstorms that last into Tuesday morning.
Tuesday has a chancer for thunderstorms, but it’ll be warm, with temperatures expected to top out at 90 degrees, according to the weather agency. It will be mostly sunny. It could feel warmer than 100 degrees Tuesday, with the high heat index continuing Wednesday.
There’s another chance for thunderstorms on Wednesday, but the skies will stay mostly sunny and it’s expected to hit 91 degrees.
Thursday and Friday will also have chances for rain and storms, but they’ll cool off slightly. Thursday is expected to be mostly sunny but have a high of 81 degrees, while Friday will be partly sunny and warm up to 84 degrees, according to the weather agency.
Rain is possible over the weekend, with temperatures expected to hit 89 degrees.
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