CHICAGO (CBS) — A wind advisory was in effect until into the evening Sunday, and gusts topped out at 69 mph at Midway International Airport.
By late Sunday night, the winds were still blustery, but not quite as strong.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Rain Totals After Strong Storms, Tornado Hits Southwest Suburbs
It will be clearing Sunday night and seasonably cold, and then more sun and milder on Monday with less wind. The high Monday will be near 50 as it becomes partly cloudy in the afternoon.
It will be colder again Tuesday, but then warming up to 60 or warmer by the end of the week.READ MORE: More Storm Damage Reported In Downers Grove, Mount Prospect
The best chance of rain for the week to come is next Saturday.
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