See images of cold weather in the suburbs of Chicago on Tuesday. A lingering cold snap kept temperatures in the single digits.

Waterfowl sit on the icy Fox River in Elgin as temperatures hover near and below zero around the Fox Valley Tuesday morning. Rick West | Staff Photographer
Steam rises from Bob Taylor's breath as the worker with Prodigy Construction of Crown Point, Ind. takes a call from his boss in the cold Tuesday morning. Taylor was bundled up against the cold while working outside on a Wauconda McDonald's restaurant remodeling project. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Isaac Frusti of Elgin tries to stay warm as he walks to catch a bus in downtown Elgin Tuesday. The morning temperatures were below zero around the Fox Valley Tuesday. Rick West | Staff Photographer
Kathleen Richards of Lake Zurich watches for the Metra train at Palatine's train station in sub-zero temperatures with other commuters heading into the city, Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Ice and snow cling to a railing along the Fox River in Elgin as temperatures stay below zero around the Fox Valley Tuesday. Rick West | Staff Photographer
Workers clear off the snow from Depot Pond in Batavia Tuesday as they prepare the area for skating. Rick West | Staff Photographer
Ice formations are shaped by flowing water on an open area of the Fox River in Batavia. Rick West | Staff Photographer
Dennie Flynn of Wheaton makes her way downtown during sub-zero temperatures on Tuesday. "I find everything you can find to layer and that makes it easier", she said of dealing with the cold. Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Jeff Stuckey of Naperville, left, and Erick Hernandez, right, of Oswego, play ice hockey on Tuesday in Naperville. They both said they keep warm by moving around the ice. "My face is cold, but the rest of me is fine", said Hernandez. Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Tracy Blethen of Palatine walks to the grocery store on Tuesday. She said she was "trying to exercise with a purpose." Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Katrina Raker and her son Henry, 18, hang out at Journeys in Palatine as they watch videos on his phone Tuesday. "Getting out of the cold, having a good meal and doing laundry," said Katrina when asked about their activities for the day. Henry, a senior at Schaumburg High School, added "We are still normal people we just don't have a home." Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Bob Taylor with Prodigy Construction of Crown Point, Ind. bundles up against the cold Tuesday morning as he works on a Wauconda McDonald's restaurant remodeling project. Taylor says he is used to working in the cold and dresses in layers and uses hand warmers. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Devyani Bedekar of Vernon Hills is bundled up as she walks to her car from the Metra station Tuesday in Libertyville. Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Mail carrier John Phillips walks his route Tuesday in Libertyville. When asked how he deals with the cold Phillips said "Layers. Go to the ice fishing section at Bass Pro Shop." Phillips also says his beard keeps him warm. "My wife lets me keep the beard in the winter months," Phillips said. Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer