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More Hazardous Temperatures Heading for Oswego

Feb 17, 2015 06:58AM ● Published by Steven Jack

The Oswego area could be in for record-setting cold in the next 48 hours. 

The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the next seven days with scattered snow showers possible late Tuesday evening. The snow could lead to reduced visibility, the NWS said.

Near record-low temperatures are possible overnight Wednesday with -7 degrees forecast. The record low for Feb. 18 is -12. Wind chill values will drop to -20 to -30 degrees Wednesday night and Thursday.

A high of 10 degrees is predicted for Wednesday and 4 degrees Thursday.

Oswego Warming Shelters

For those with inadequate of malfunctioning heat, several warming centers have been set up around Oswego. Here is a list of those locations:

Oswegoland Park District (630) 554-1010

   ° Civic Center, 5 Ashlawn Avenue, Montgomery
   ° Prairie Point, 313 E. Washington Street (corner of Plainfield & Grove Rds.), Oswego
   ° Boulder Point Location, 0 Boulder Hill Pass (corner of Boulder Hill Pass & Rt. 25), Montgomery
   ° South Point Location, 810 Preston Lane, Oswego

Oswego Police Department (630) 551-7300 (24 hour availability), 3525 Route 34, Oswego

Oswego Public Library District (630) 554-3150 (For hours, see: http://www.oswego.lib.il.us), 32 W. Jefferson St., Oswego, or 1111 Reading Dr., Montgomery

Oswego Senior Center (630) 554-5602 (Monday - Friday, 9 am - 4 pm), 156 E. Washington Street, Oswego

Oswego Village Hall, (630) 554-3287, 100 Parkers Mill (Intersection of Rt. 31 & 34)
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