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by Mike Hamernik
Far and away, the heaviest snow with the incoming storm–in spots more than 8″ and possibly 10″ of it–is to fall from eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois northward into Wisconsin.
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Kicking off the holiday weekend, Friday was a messy day on the roads, especially in some parts of the Chicago area, where freezing rain and drizzle continues to fall.
It could be the start of a major storm system that could drop a significant amount of snow and sleet during the weekend before Christmas.
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Bill Eggleston's had it with the cold/snow. He decided erlier this wk-that he was going to cut the grass on his lawn! http://t.co/O0jWJ1Byt920 hours
Sunday's predicted 75 high wud make it the warmest Easter here in 4 yrs and only the 3rd time readings have reached or exceeded 70 in 2014!20 hours
NE winds deliver cooler air Fri-a temp pullback which lingers into Sat AM. "S" winds return Sat aft thru Easter Sun. Highs: 69 Sat/75 Sun!20 hours