It's going to be brutally cold in Evanston for the next few days, with a low temperature of near zero overnight tonight and not a whole lot warmer Monday or Tuesday nights.
The National Weather Service says windchill values are expected to be as low as -16 degrees overnight tonight. It will by breezy with a west wind gusting to 30 miles per hour.
There's a chance of snow starting Monday afternoon and continuing into the evening, with less than an inch of new snow expected.
Even during the day Monday and Tuesday windchill values could be well below zero.
Temperatures will struggle to rise above 20 degrees on Wednesday, but should be back into the low 30s by Thursday.