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Wind chill warning over, but not the cold

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  • Bob Chwedyk/bchwedyk@dailyherald.comAlfredo Faries of Barrington bundles up at the Barrington Metra station Thursday morning.

      Bob Chwedyk/bchwedyk@dailyherald.comAlfredo Faries of Barrington bundles up at the Barrington Metra station Thursday morning.

  • Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.comLibertyville Public Works employee Tom Govekar shovels around the ice rink at Bolander Park in Libertyville as temperatures plummeted Thursday.

      Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.comLibertyville Public Works employee Tom Govekar shovels around the ice rink at Bolander Park in Libertyville as temperatures plummeted Thursday.

  • Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.comLibertyville Public Works employee Dave Heurich sweps the ice at Bolander Park ice rink as temperatures plummeted Thursday in Libertyville.

      Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.comLibertyville Public Works employee Dave Heurich sweps the ice at Bolander Park ice rink as temperatures plummeted Thursday in Libertyville.

  • Bob Chwedyk/bchwedyk@dailyherald.comAlan Guernsey of Tower Lakes makes his way in the freezing cold to the Barrington Metra station train platform Thursday morning, on his way to his job in Chicago.

      Bob Chwedyk/bchwedyk@dailyherald.comAlan Guernsey of Tower Lakes makes his way in the freezing cold to the Barrington Metra station train platform Thursday morning, on his way to his job in Chicago.

 
Daily Herald Report

The National Weather Service's Chicago office has issued a winter advisory overnight warning of blowing snow.

The winter advisory through 4 a.m. Friday says wind gusts could create blowing and drifting snow that could reduce visibility in open areas. "Roads may be snow-covered and hazardous," it says.

It's not expected to get above 9 degrees today with wind chill readings this morning making it feel like 20 to 28 below zero.

Tonight should be mostly clear with lows of 5 to 9 below.

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