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(US National Weather Service Chicago photo)

Despite some rain mixed with snow over the weekend, the coming week looks fairly dry in the WSPY listening area.

As ABC news reported this morning, Thanksgiving weekend storms caused some delays and cancellations, Sunday, for travelers heading back to their homes around the country, including at O'Hare Airport in Chicago.

However, the rest of the week, locally, looks mild. Today's forecast shows conditions will only be cloudy and brisk with no sign of precipitation. The high temperature is expected to reach about 36 degrees.

The forecast stays about the same for the rest of the week. Tonight and tomorrow night, look for lows in the mid-20's. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday have high temperatures in the upper 30's to low 40's. Sunny days are expected Wednesday and Friday while the other days remain mostly cloudy.

Early forecasting shows the next chance for rain and then snow could come Sunday into Monday of next week. Make sure to stay tuned to 107.1 FM WSPY for the latest weather details.