Snow likely for tomorrow’s morning commute

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The National Weather Service has issued a statement regarding tomorrow morning’s commute.

They report light snow is expected to develop early Wednesday morning across Northern Illinois and northwest Indiana and will likely impact the morning commute.

Occasional brief bursts of moderate snow are possible with visibility falling to under one mile at times within the heavier snow.

Timing of the snow will be between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m.

Areas north and east of a Harvard to Romeoville to Gifford Indiana line will likely have more intense snowfall while the snow potential and intensity tapers further south.

Although only an inch to an inch and a half of snow is possible, the rather cold temperatures and briefly higher snowfall rates will allow for any snow to accumulate on area roadways. All motorists should use caution as slick conditions and reduced visibility could make for hazardous travel.

Updates at Chicago Weather Center

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