Don't add to the water flooding the city's storm sewers: take shorter showers and flush less frequently.
The city will get chillier and could get hit by large hail and strong winds during some storms.
It should be dry until Saturday after some rain on Wednesday.
The city will see intermittent rain through the weekend, but Sunday afternoon looks sunny and clear.
The Albany Park Storm Water Diversion Tunnel is still a year from being operational.
Get outside while you can because temperatures will drop next week.
There could be a bit of everything this week — including snow tonight and 70 degree temps on Sunday.
The project brings solar energy to parts of Cook County where it otherwise may not be available.
It'll be warmer than usual, but you might need an umbrella on Sunday.
It was sunny just 40 percent of the time in Chicago this month. Eugh.
The North Branch of the river is considered "flashy" because its watershed holds very little stormwater.
A new report looked at how Chicago could be affected it an asteroid were to crash into the city.
There's a chance of even more rain hitting Chicago on Friday.
Don't expect lots of sunshine or 50-degree days until the weekend.
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