But not this:
The Chicago area was bracing for a long, hazardous evening rush hour as it continued to be socked by a major snowstorm that has canceled more than 500 flights, closed more than 150 schools and caused numerous spin-out accidents on expressways.
The Illinois State Police is warning of "extreme travel times" for the rush hour.
Tonight also will turn bitterly cold with wind chill values as low as -17°C to -24°C.
Today's high temperatures are expected to be [around -5°C].
At the peak of the morning rush hour, travel times on some expressways were well over an hour above the norm. Travel conditions are expected to be worse this evening as winds pick up and snow begins to drift across roadways.
Like I said yesterday, Chicago weather builds character—but I have enough for now, thanks.