Snow hits Illinois before forecast record-low subzero temps

CHICAGO (AP) — A winter storm introduced more than 5 inches of snow to northern Illinois because the location braced itself for epic-low subzero temperatures.

Palatine in suburban Chicago saw 5.2 inches Monday morning because the storm created slick roadways. A Nationwide Climate Service warning acknowledged up to eight inches were that that that you can even factor in by noon.

But Monday’s snow is solely a precursor to what’s in store for Illinois starting up Tuesday: forecast all-time epic chilly temperatures and wind chills the climate carrier calls “presumably lifestyles threatening.”

The climate carrier says the Rockford space can also rating much less warm than the epic low minus 27 on Wednesday. Chicago seems about a degrees above the all-time epic of minus 27 however the forecast high of minus 14 on Wednesday can also beat the epic coldest high of minus 11.

Wind chills can also dip to 55 below.

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