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Chicago First Alert Weather: Clearing Skies, Wind Chills Bring Sub-Zero Feels-Like Temps

CHICAGO (CBS) -- Snow chances wound down late Friday, with just flurries in northwest Indiana - but another shoe is set to drop.

Skies cleared late Friday night - but it will be very cold with lows around zero degrees. It was 13 degrees in Chicago at 10 p.m., and the temperatures will keep dropping through the overnight and early morning hours.

Wind chills will be as cold as -10 degrees. CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon estimates that wind chills in Rensselaer, Indiana and Kankakee could bottom out at making it feel like -10 to -12, and the city could see wind chills of -9.

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For Saturday, morning sunshine then increasing clouds in the afternoon. Highs will be in the low 20s. Partly cloudy and breezy for Sunday with highs in the upper 20s.

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Temperatures climb to near average by Monday with highs in the low to mid-30s. Low 40s for Tuesday with a slight chance of rain.
Snow showers will be likely on Wednesday, Wednesday night, and Thursday morning. Highs will be in their 20s. Arctic air arrives on Thursday, pushing highs on Friday to the teens and overnight lows to near zero degrees. Although it's too early to be certain on snowfall amounts for next week, global models are hinting at multiple inches of snow possible. We'll continue to monitor this situation in the days to come.
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TONIGHT: Clearing skies and very cold. Low of 1°, but wind chills will be as cold as -10°.
SATURDAY: Increasing clouds and chilly. High of 22°.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy skies and breezy. High of 28°.
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