Cool temperatures and cloudy skies brought some snow to the Chicago area overnight, with an overcast continuing Monday.
Light snow mixed with rain showers are expected in the area Monday morning, with rain possibly continuing into the afternoon and evening in southern counties.
In some areas, highs could reach the low 40s with some areas hitting the mid 40s. Monday evening, lows will likely sit at the mid 30s in southeast counties and high 20s in northwest Indiana.
On Tuesday, Chicago can expect clouds and cool temperatures with less wind. The sun could make an appearance in the afternoon as highs reaching the mid to upper 40s.
The remainder of the week will likely bring sunshine with a chance for rain Thursday afternoon into the evening.
The areas next chance for rain is expected Thursday, though sunshine is likely Wednesday and this weekend.
The NBC 5 Storm Team predicts Halloween weekend is looking mostly sunny with highs in the 50s.
NBC 5 meteorologists reminded that Saturday night into Sunday clocks should be set back one hour as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end.