Heavy wind and cold air will rush into Chicago beginning early in the weekend, followed by a steady decline in temperatures through the week.
High temperatures will continue their slide from the mid-30s to mid-20s into Wednesday. It will stay dry with a mix of clouds and sun.
Temperatures will stay in the the mid-20s throughout the week with partly cloudy skies.
As temperatures fall during the evening into the low teens, potential for frostbite and hypothermia can occur.
The next chance for snow will occur Monday with possible snow flurries in the afternoon and evening.
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