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.