Cold weather for Black Friday.
If Thanksgiving signals the beginning of the Holiday season, Black Friday signals the start of the winter weather.
Windy and cold conditions moved into Chicago overnight, producing the coldest temperatures since February. The thermometer will read 28-33 but wind chills -- yes, wind chills -- will make it feel even cooler.
Chicagoans will have to brave temperatures that feel like the low 20s as they navigate post-Thanksgiving sales or head to work.
It's not all bad. There's plenty of sunshine on tap, and temps warm up over the weekend. But still, it's cold out there so bundle up.
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