CHICAGO (CBS) – A Winter weather advisory is in effect Saturday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. due to the risk of light freezing rain and drizzle.
Friday night will be generally clear and cold with temperatures dropping to single digits.
READ MORE: DCFS director convicted of contempt of court for violation of children’s rights and faces a fine of $ 2,000 per day
Temperatures will rise to lows through mid-teens overnight through Saturday morning.
Expect sunny skies starting on Saturday and then increasing clouds in the late morning. Southerly winds will increase temperatures to a minimum of 30 degrees in the afternoon.
The increased humidity will allow a chance of light freezing rain and drizzle during the afternoon and evening. Up to a tenth of an inch of ice buildup is possible, which creates slippery spots on the roads.
READ MORE: Talks continue, legal filings fly as CPS courses stay out of fight against distance learning; CPS is now hoping that an agreement will come to take the children back to school on Monday
Sunday will start in the 1920s with cloudy skies, then clear skies and dropping temperatures in the afternoon. Afternoon temperatures will be among teens with single digit wind chills.
Sunday night lows will be single digits with below zero wind chills.
It will be cold Monday with peaks among teenagers. Temperatures are slowly rising until the end of next week.
NO MORE NEWS: Woman and infant killed in crash on I-80/94 following police chase in Northwest Indiana; Driver in detention
Tonight: Usually clear and cold. Low by 10 with subzero wind chills at times.
On Saturday: Increasing clouds, windy and less cold. Highs in the low mid-1930s. 30% chance of freezing rain and drizzle.
Sunday: Clear sky, windy and getting colder. 20 years old in the morning, then teenagers in the afternoon. Wind chills will be below zero by the evening.