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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Snows of 4-8" likely city and I-88 corridor south--sharply less to the north. Bursts of heavy thunder-snow could generate spotty hvier amts.18 hours
Embed'd thundersnow distinct possibility. Stdy precip begins as rain/sleet in city arnd 9pm, shifting to mod/hvy snow late. NE gusts 40+ mph18 hours
The snow accum gradient-the rate at which accums drop off-to be exceedingly sharp heading north. IL/WI line counties may only see 1-2".18 hours