During the summer, everyone says it's not the heat, it's the humidity.
That must mean that the corresponding statement in winter is: It's not the cold, it's the wind chill.
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The National Weather Service says temperatures in Oak Forest will be hovering around the zero mark from Wednesday, Jan. 22, until Monday, Jan. 27. With the wind chill, it could feel like it's 20 below to 30 below zero over the next few days.
How cold do you think it will get this time around? Tell us in the comments section.
In the meantime, keep track of the frigid temperatures with Patch's live and updating weather widget. And remember: Wind chill can be dangerous. Check the chart in this story to see how long it takes for frostbite to set in at certain levels.