Despite another arctic blast hitting the Chicagoland area, many took to the streets and enjoyed the snow.
Saturday’s two to five inch snow spread over the area ahead of a low pressure system tracking out of the central plains.
As the low pressure departs to the east Sunday, clouds and snow will slowly diminish. However the northwest winds will pull another Arctic-source high pressure air mass out of Canada into the Midwest and western Great Lakes.
Chicago’s daytime temperatures will steady off Sunday just a couple degrees above the early morning lows – then begin to fall as evening approaches.
Overnight, as clouds break, readings will plummet below zero once again. High temperatures Monday will be lucky to reach double-digits above zero with minus 10 to minus 20-degree wind chills during the day into another night of sub-zero temperatures.