By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS)– Showers wrapped up in the Chicago area early Monday afternoon, but temperatures stayed chilly.

A lakeshore flood advisory remains in effect until 11 p.m., and lakeshore flooding is likely through Monday evening. Winds back off as rain chances come to an end after dark.

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Tuesday offers up sunshine and chilly temps in the 50s. Dry weather for two days before the next storm arrives. Wet weather expected Thursday and Friday before clearing out for Halloween weekend.

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Highs are in the 50s, but may feel more like 40s.

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Dry weather continues through at least Wednesday.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff