DOWNTOWN — Chicago will get weather that's made for beachgoers this weekend.
Temperatures will be warmer than normal and the skies should be dry after Friday afternoon, said Amy Seeley, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
Friday will see a chance of rain showers in the morning and afternoon, but the night should be dry, Seeley said. Temperatures will hit the upper 70s to mid-80s.
The rest of the weekend will be even nicer: Saturday and Sunday aren't expected to get any rain, Seeley said. Saturday will see temperatures in the mid-80s to low 90s, and Sunday's temperatures are also expected to hit the low 90s.
Meteorologists aren't predicting that any temperature records will be broken, Seeley said, but temperatures will be warmer than the mid-70s that are usual for Chicago at this time of year.
Extended stretch of sunny, breezy & hot weather starts Saturday & continues into next week. Hottest days: Sun, Mon, & Tue w/highs in 90s. pic.twitter.com/AirE7pnkLt— NWS Chicago (@NWSChicago) June 8, 2017