Forecast: Cold, light snow; accumulating snow tonight into Wednesday

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A little light snow may greet some of us this morning, but we aren’t looking for any accumulation on what will be another cold day across Chicagoland.

As the day advances we should see partly sunny skies, but highs only in the mid-20s.

Wind chills to start the day will drop below zero in some locations.

Another round of light snow is expected to move into the region overnight.  This round is expected to bring some accumulation.

Around a half inch to possibly one inch may accumulate by daybreak Wednesday with the light snow continuing through midday.

Total accumulations of 1-2 inches are possible by late Wednesday.

After highs in the mid to upper 20s Wednesday we should see highs in the low 30s Thursday.


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