Winter storm watch in effect starting today

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snow26heavy.jpgChicago could be hit with a half a foot of snow by Tuesday.

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for northern Illinois and northwest Indiana for Monday night into Tuesday.

According to the NWS, the main storm will hit Monday evening dropping as much as 6 inches of snow over the Chicago area by Tuesday evening.

The snowfall is expected to be heaviest at times from Tuesday morning to afternoon.

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    • Keli

      WGN doesnt control the amount of snowfall, thus when Tom told us it would snow 4-8 inches with isolated areas receiving upwards of 10 inches of snow accumulation….4, 8 and 10 inches would not equal out to a foot. Also, to say all around 'oh yeaaah, you'll all get about a foot of snow tomorrow no matter where you go!!!' is ridiculous and incredibly inaccurate considering the actual radius of the viewers varies. Tom Skilling is no liar.