CHICAGO (CBS) — There will be no more 50s in Chicago for several days.

The high will be in the 40s on Monday and then seasonably cold the rest of the week.

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High Temperatures: 02.03.20

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A light wintry mix is expected late Monday night into early Tuesday, and then there is a chance for light snow Thursday.

On Sunday night, it will be partly cloudy with a low in the lower 30s.

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On Monday, it will be mostly cloudy and near 40.

It turns colder with 30s for highs Wednesday through Saturday, but then warms up into the 40s with some rain on Sunday.

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Snowfall Tracker: 02.06.20

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— Tim McGill