2 to 3 inches of snow possible for Chicago area Sunday

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CHICAGO -- Temperatures rose and winds backed off in Chicago Sunday morning, but the city will be on the northern fringe of a storm system that is making its way across the central U.S. later on Sunday.

While it will not be a major or high impact storm for the metro area, there will be enough snow to make roads slick.

The snow will begin in the area sometime between 2 and 6 p.m. Sunday, and is expected to end between 1 and 6 a.m. Monday.

2 -3 inches of accumulation are expected along and south of the I-80 corridor, 1 -2 inches for the city and western suburbs.

Saturday and Sunday marked the first time Chicago reached the 20-degree mark in temperatures in nearly a week.

For all the latest weather updates, visit ChicagoWeatherCenter.com.

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