Tuesday could be coldest yet

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Chicagoans are shivering through one of the coldest early-season cold snaps on record. Daily temperatures have averaged double-digits below normal for nearly a week and  Tuesday is shaping up to be the coldest day yet.

By daybreak the mercury is expected to bottom out in the single-digits. The latest forecast calls for a morning low of 9 degrees- just one degree above the day’s record low of 8 established in 1880.

The day’s high is expected to struggle to reach 20 degrees which would break the day’s record low maximum of 22 set back in 1903.

Updates at Chicago Weather Center

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