By Robb Ellis

CHICAGO (CBS) — After a warm and quiet weekend, Chicagoland is facing the possibility of severe weather on Monday.

Storms are likely to develop in the afternoon and could become severe.

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The main threats are winds, hail and the potential for tornadoes.

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The window for severe storms appears to be as early as noon, but more likely between 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and diminishing after that. Game 4 of White-Sox Astros playoff series is scheduled for Monday afternoon.

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Cooler temperatures arrive later this week, with scattered showers Thursday and Friday.