CHICAGO (CBS) — It may start to look more like the holidays on Sunday with the Chicago area expected to see snow.

Snowfall is expected around dawn Sunday morning, CBS 2’s meteorologist Ed Curran reports. The snow will continue through the middle of the afternoon.

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It will be Chicago’s first measurable snow for the season. Chicago is only expected to seen one to two inches. Three inches is possible for areas northwest of the city, with areas even further northwest into Wisconsin seeing a possible four inches of snow.

Snow will move out mid-afternoon, with conditions clearing.

The National Weather Service said accumulations may be limited to grassy areas and colder surfaces. Slushy accumulations are possible on less traveled roads and elevated surfaces.

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There is a higher potential for snow covered roads along I-39. Snow may mix with rain in the afternoon south of I-80.

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Early next week, we will see temperatures in the low 40s. By mid-week temperatures drop again, with highs by the end of the week, Thursday and Friday in the mid-20s.