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Wind Chill Advisory in Effect Until 9 a.m.

Wind chill values during the advisory will be in the -20 to -30 degree range

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    There's still plenty of cold weather on the horizon in Chicago. (Published Monday, Feb. 23, 2015)

    Winter continues to rear its ugly head in the Chicago area as another arctic blast hits the city.

    After a slightly warmer Saturday, temperatures fell again Sunday afternoon, and a Wind Chill Advisory began at midnight and lasts until 9 a.m.

    Overnight Sunday into Monday morning, actual temperatures will be below zero, with O'Hare International Airport showing -7 degrees and the northern suburb Waukegan showing -12 degrees.

    Wind chill values during the advisory will be in the -20 to -30 degree range, with the northern parts of the Chicago area seeing the coldest values at close to -30 degrees.

    The Wind Chill Advisory is scheduled to begin at midnight Sunday and last until 9 a.m. Monday for all counties in the Chicago area.

    Temperatures will remain frigid Monday morning with a high of 6 degrees and a low of -6. They will increase slightly throughout the day to a high of 10 degrees.

    The Chicago area will see another slight warm-up on Tuesday with a high of 27 degrees and a chance for light snow before temperatures drop again to the teens Wednesday and Thursday.

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