Chicago Snow Storm Followed By Sub-Zero, Near-Record Cold Temperatures

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While Chicago continues to dig out from three consecutive days of practically continuous snowfall — the most snow the city has seen since the 2011 Groundhog’s Day “blizzaster” — the city is now preparing for what could be some of the coldest weather it has ever seen.
The National Weather Service is warning that the high temperature on Monday will hit only 6 degrees below zero, while the low temperature is expected to dip to 20 below with wind chills even lower, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
That expected low isn’t far from the record temperature of 27 below zero, set on Jan. 20, 1985.
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