CHICAGO (CBS) — It will be cloudy and cold Monday night.
The far northwest suburbs could drop into the mid-20s, and the mid-30s are expected for our Indiana counties.
Scattered flurries and sprinkles will be around for the morning rush. Gradual clearing is possible by Tuesday afternoon.
Expect below average temperatures all week and through the Halloween weekend. The normal high is 58 degrees. We had a high on Tuesday of only 39.
The high climbs to 44 on Tuesday and 53 on Wednesday.
We are watching the track of Hurricane Zeta with landfall Wednesday night for the Gulf coast. Some tropical moisture from Zeta may merge with an upper level system and bring rain our way, especially south of the city.
It’s looking better this weekend with clearing and 50s.