CHICAGO, Illinois. – The National Weather Service issued a winter weather warning for Monday in most of the Chicago area.
The counties of McHenry, Lake, Kane, DuPage, Cook and Will in Illinois, along with Lake County in Indiana, will be under warning from dawn and will end at 2:00 pm.
DeKalb County, in northern Illinois, will be under warning starting at 9 pm Sunday night and will remain under the notice until noon on Monday.RELATED
Meanwhile, a winter storm warning was issued for LaPorte and St. Joseph counties in Indiana, from 4:00 am to 4:00 pm on Monday. Those areas could receive 5 to 9 inches of snow during the storm, according to the National Weather Service.
The forecasted temperature of 27 degrees on Monday and 25 degrees on Tuesday (more than 25 degrees below normal) would break the previous record low maximum temperatures for November 11 and 12, set in 1894 and 1995, respectively.
Authorities say slow down and be careful while driving.
When temperatures drop to dangerous levels, it is a good idea to know where you can find a heating center nearby. Here you can find a center.
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