Mother Nature is going to make sure the fresh snow we've had sticks around for a while.
Temperatures on Sunday morning were in the teens and were expected to fall from there. By 5 p.m., wind chills will likely be in the sub-zero range. There may also be a few flurries.
The Chicago area was under a winter weather advisory Friday and Saturday for a snowstorm that brought up to 6 inches of snow in some areas.
The snow continued throughout the morning and afternoon but began to taper during the evening hours.
A slight warm-up should mark the start of the week with highs in upper 20s Monday and even reaching into the 30s Tuesday.