CHICAGO (CBS) — There were showers Sunday night, but they will be tapering off over the next couple of days.
Some of the rain led to isolated flood concerns. A Flood Advisory was in effect for Chicago until 8:15 p.m. Sunday.READ MORE: Kenosha County Sheriff's Deputy Shoots Chicago Homicide Suspect At Bristol Gas Station; Suspect Shot Police K-9 During Confrontation
Also, there are a few cold-air funnels possible in our extreme southern viewing area.
The low for Sunday night is 60. CBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis was tracking some haze late Sunday night and warned there may be some patchy fog.READ MORE: NOAA Releases 2021-2022 Winter Outlook
For Monday, the high is 70, again with a few showers.
Highs stay in the 70s for the entire seven-day forecast. Lows will be near 60.MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Sprinkles And Cooler Than Normal Temps Through The Weekend