‘Coldest Air So Far This Winter’ Returns Tonight

AccuWeather predicts dangerous cold will moved back into the St. Charles area Sunday night. Wind chills may drop to -50 degrees Monday night.

| Credit: National Weather Service
| Credit: National Weather Service

The “coldest air so far this winter” is scheduled to arrive tonight after a snowy Sunday leaves a coating of snow, according to AccuWeather.

More snow was to begin before dawn Sunday thanks to another Albert clipper that moved into the area, AccuWeather says, which predicts 1 to 3 inches of snow by by the time the snowfall diminishes this afternoon.

And, while AccuWeather says winds will be brisk today, driving conditions tonight will become more treacherous due to slick conditions and drifting due to wind gusts to 45 mph.

The winds also will drive down wind chills that AccuWeather says likely will not improve on Monday.

By Monday night, AccuWeather says, wind chills will drop to as low as -50 degrees.

Check out the full forecast above or visit the AOL Weather page for more information on this week's weather forecast for St. Charles.

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