WGN, Tom Skilling, Kim Gordon discussed on Roe Conn
And now the WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Tom skilling. We have quite a lineup of winter weather in the coming week. We're entering the first of two cold waves temperatures by morning dropdown subzero in much of the area and a significant snow perhaps a snowstorm expected here on Sunday night Monday. We'll have to monitor that and new cold air hits Tuesday. And holds the remainder of next week. There's a wind chill advisory through Friday morning, windy, turning bitterly cold tonight chills down to twenty to thirty below by morning. Partly cloudy. We have some passion flurries in the area. Lows one below shitty. Shelvin blow O'Hare thirteen blow inland. Then friday. Cloud makes blustery but bitterly cold and more conscious. No showers with a disturbance late in the day, high just three above wind. Chills will only improve seven to sixteen below on the afternoon Friday night. No exits clouds break, cold, six below and Saturday, sunshine, cold, flurries, snow showers, but at night, high shanty up to eleven Sunday early flurries than mix shunning clouds eleven for I and Monday, a potential snowstorm snowing and Wendy accumulation likely high Twenty-three as Arctic air since daytime temperatures falling from five above on Tuesday from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling right now. Now O'Hare twenty midway Twenty-one lake forest. Twenty two the winds blowing from the west at twenty miles an hour. The barometer is rising along the lakefront Twenty-three our wind chill now at four. I'm Kim Gordon in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN..