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"The forecast, here's Tom skilling. Well, Ginny I was the storm with its snow and wind last night that brought down trees and power lines. Now, it's the cold air. Once we have the reflective, Sean. Ground and we'll see the coldest series of days. We put together in this area since February with back-to-back nighttime. Teens even a few single digits out in the suburbs. Day today twenties tomorrow and Wednesday tonight clouds will break, it'll be colder. Lows ranging from Tammy inland to fifteen year upper teams at the lake and in the loop, Tuesday, partly sunny, unseasonably cold, not a record. But a high of only twenty two which is twenty degrees below normal Tuesday night, clouds, scattered late cold single digits in the suburbs. Twelve in the shitty and Wednesdays sunny then clouds in the afternoon, but still cold high twenty-five, normal highs. This time of the year are in the forties during Thursday, cloudy, a little snow or some mixed precipitation late in the day or at night, high thirty five and Friday, mostly cloudy, a few sprinkles or snow flurries and daytime highs going up to thirty eight from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling Judy. Happy monday. Thanks for thanks. Tom. Wow. Hey could be worse. We could have fires burning her aunt. Okay. That would ever happen Judy. Did you see how I shut them down on that one? Right but happy Monday nonetheless. All right. We'll try to be happy smile. Face. It is. It's twenty seven degrees at O'Hare midway twenty eight when at get twenty eight it's twenty eight along Chicago's lakefront. Winds are north west nine miles an hour. The barometer is rising. I'm Judy pilot in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation. Whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Show with Anna davlantes is another day broadcast excellence. This now the holiday season, it's official. It is. And it feels like it to snow everything shopping, Saul here,."