CHICAGO (CBS) -- As high pressure over the Ohio Valley drifts away, that sets up a steady southwest wind flow, allowing for temperatures to increase across the Chicago area through the weekend.
A weak system passes around daybreak tomorrow, but it is moisture-starved. We only expect a line of clouds with it during the early morning hours.
Southwest winds pick up through the weekend taking highs into the 60s Sunday.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, when you'll need to turn your clocks back one hour.
TONIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY. NOT AS CHILLY. LOW 37.
SATURDAY: BREEZY & MILDER. HIGH 57.
SUNDAY: WARM WINDS. HIGH 64.
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