This Valentine's Day, you'll just have to find creative ways to stay warm.
After Thursday morning's brief flurry of snow, cold temperatures will arrive at night and will continue to stay in teens and 20s through the weekend with possible snow on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures are expected to dip Thursday night to a low of eight degrees, which will feel like between zero and -10 with the wind chill. The sun will likely be out on Friday, but the temperature is not expected to climb higher than 15 degrees.
Things will go downhill from there. On Saturday, there's a chance of snow, although the high could climb as high as 28 degrees. (Oh god.) Snow is likely Saturday night, with a possible accumulation of one to three inches.
As for Sunday, it is expected to be partly sunny and windy with an expected high of 16 degrees. On Sunday night, the temperature could drop as low as three degrees.
"We will be seeing some of the coldest temperatures of the year," said National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Ciemnecki.
And then Monday is expected to stay cold. The forecast right now is sunny and cold, with a high near 20.
Hey, look at the bright side: Maybe having temperatures like Chicago will lure Malia Obama to attend college here?