Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Minus 10 to Minus 30 F! Chicago set to set new Cold Weather Record Low Temps!!

End of winter? We have records to break, more snow to shovel. Get ready Chicago - more cold weather records to be broken! This has been the third coldest winter in 143 years of recorded Chicago weather history, Skilling said, with about 7 days in 10 since November producing below-normal temperatures. Meteorological winter ends with February, marking the close of what is usually the coldest three months.
Tuesday's high is expected to be around 20 degrees, with a low of minus 2 degrees, according to Skilling's forecast. Highs aren't expected to get out of the low teens on either Wednesday or Thursday, with below-zero lows. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for the region for midnight tonight to noon Wednesday, with predicted wind chills ranging from 20 to 30 degrees below zero.

1 comment:

Alessandro Machi said...

Global WARNING means we may keep experiences larger and larger contrasts between daily or seasonal highs and lows.