The coldest air of the season will arrive in Chicago this week following a chilly weekend.
Daytime temperatures Tuesday through Thursday will struggle to reach 20 degrees with nighttime lows dipping into the single digits.
It will be bitterly cold on Monday night as the Dallas Cowboys come to town to take on the Bears in an NFC East contest at Soldier Field. Actual temperatures will fall through the teens during the game with the AccuWeather RealFeel® temperature heading for zero.
Another storm system may brush the area with snow by next weekend.
AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski contributed to the content of this story.
Clouds and a gusty southerly breeze will be the rule across the Dallas-Fort Worth area to wrap up Christmas week as spotty showers move in for the weekend.
Following wet weather earlier this week, drier weather will return for the first part of the weekend before storms late in the weekend.
Mild weather will continue in Harrisburg this weekend but will be followed by seasonably cold air during the final days of 2014.
While temperatures will be well above average in Pittsburgh this weekend, colder air will arrive next week for the final days of 2014.
After a blustery and cold weather pattern earlier in the week, temperatures will rebound across the Detroit area and winds will die down for the weekend.
After a blustery, cold weather pattern earlier in the week, temperatures will rebound and winds will die down for the weekend.
St. Cloud, MN (1996)
Record low of -34 degrees; old record of -29 was set in 1914.
Corpus Christi, TX (2004)
24 degrees: this broke the old daily record low of 26 set in 1983.
East Coast (1909)
Severe coastal storm - record high tides in New England. Dover, DE had 24" snow. Philadelphia, PA had 21" snow.