by Tom Skilling
WGN Chief Meteorologist Tom Skilling talks about the cold snap in the Chicago area.
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Chicagoans will be shivering this week through the coldest day the region has seen in nearly two years.
The frigid temperatures in Cook County are blamed for at least seven deaths so far.
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Temp surge to mid 70s Sun to place temps then amng warmest 13% of all 143 years of Easter high temps on record here. A dry, sunny wknd fcst!7 hours
ESE winds spill into 2nd day Sat. Highs to range frm 53 area beaches/lakeshore to 61 O'Hare & 67 far west & south twd Fox Valley & Kankakee.7 hours
"NE" winds propelling cooler air inland. Fri temps have ranged nearly 30-deg-frm 36 colder lakeshore locations to 66 west twd DeKalb/Pontiac7 hours