CHICAGO (CBS)– After a light snow overnight into Monday morning, conditions are expected to clear up for the rest of the day.

The biggest accumulations totaled around 2 inches in New Lenox and Wilmington. Officially, a O’Hare Airport, Chicago got less than an inch of snow–about 0.3. Another storm is moving well south of Chicago today. St. Louis could see five inches and Indianapolis three to six inches.

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Temperatures will be in the low to mid 30s and will drop to the 20s by the evening.

Tuesday is expected to be a breezy day with a high temperature of 31 degrees.

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The rest of the week is predicted to be calm and temperatures will climb to the 40s by Thursday and into the weekend.

We are looking at minimal to no rain/snow chances for the remainder of the week.  Anyone with early travel plans for the holidays will have easy local weather through Christmas.


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Speaking of Christmas, temperature models are trending well above average heading into the holiday.  Some models are even hinting at the possibility of temps up near 50 early next week.