Winter storm warnings remain for Lake, McHenry; Advisories for Cook, DuPage

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Winter Storm warnings are still in effect for Lake and McHenry counties until 6 a.m. Wednesday.  Also, Winter Weather advisories remain in effect for Cook and DuPage counties until 6 a.m. Wednesday.

Shortly before 9 p.m. light snow was falling across most orf the Chicago area with visibilities in the 1 to 3 mile range

An additional inch or two of snow is likely to fall overnight especially in areas north and west of Chicago.

The final chapter on today’s late-winter snowstorm is yet to be written, but through 9pm snowfall totals range from around 10 inches along the Wisconsin state line to 1 to 3 inches across the far southern and Indiana portions of the Metro area.


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  • McHenry Mac

    I learned a while back to never trust a groundhog!
    We are not going to have an early spring!

    In fact, I looked at various extended forecasts: Looks like we are going to skip spring and go right to summer…
    Sometime in July!

    Then, more snow…sometime in the middle of July!

    Global warming my foot!

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