A lot of spring yard work was done this past weekend with exceptionally nice days and depending on where you're at in Illinois, there could be the opportunity for more.
On the WHOW Morning Show Friday, Ed Shimon at the National Weather Service in Lincoln told Regional Radio a line of storms should start to form tonight but will fizzle out as they head east.
Humidity has been very present with the heat that came through this week. Shimon says dew points could remain high on Saturday but things will cool and create a pleasant day for Sunday and even Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday there are more chances for rain in central Illinois but Shimon says things moderate heading into the middle-to-late part of the week with more warm air the last week of May.