CHICAGO (CBS) —Patchy fog is possible tonight with partly cloudy skies.

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According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, southerly winds will increase during the day Wednesday ahead of our next system. Two rounds of rain are expected.

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The first one by midday with the warm front. The warmest time of the day may actually be closer to sunset.

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The second round arrives after dark as the cold front moves into our area. The Storm Prediction Center has our ADI under a “marginal” risk (level 1) for severe weather, especially with the second round.

Another system increases rain chances to close the workweek. Dry & more “fall-like” this weekend.

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TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Patchy fog. Low 57.

WEDNESDAY: Showers and storms. High 73.

THURSDAY: Scattered showers. High 70.

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