The first snowflake of the season is in the air, with temperatures at a record low for the state.
Temperatures in the Chicago area are below freezing for the first time since early January.
But the colder weather is not without its problems, and the first warning issued for the weekend has prompted warnings for motorists in the suburbs to be extra careful.
The snow will melt quickly and make it hard to see, but you’ll still be able to see them in the background of some pictures, the National Weather Service said.
If you’re outside, there’s still a chance that you’ll get a glimpse.
If you’re a Chicagoan, it will probably make for a good time.
The city will have the first snowfall of the winter season on Sunday, and then the next snowfall will follow in early May.
That will leave a lot of time to enjoy the cold and snow.
The Chicago area, with about 1.6 million residents, will also get a first snow of the spring.
There are some areas in the city where temperatures can dip as low as minus 40 degrees.
The temperatures will stay at about that low until late April.
It is expected to warm up as early as early May and possibly into June.