Light snow continuing along/south of Interstate-80 Saturday night

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Update 9:30PM CDT…

Patchy areas of light wet snow or light rain will become all snow tonight generally along and south of Interstate-80. The snowfall will be light but steady and could accumulate to as much as an inch in some areas. With temperatures in the lower 30s, most roads will remain just wet, with accumulations mainly occurring on cold surfaces/grassy areas. Precipitation should taper off after sunrise.

See latest Regional Weather Radar Mosaic below.


Snow spreading across northern Illinois from the west will likely end up depositing 1 to 2-inches over the Chicago-area today with greatest amounts along and north of Interstate-80. With temperatures in the low to middle 30s roads will be wet with less-traveled highways becoming at least slushy and slick where heavier snowfall occurs. So plan ahead for slower potentially hazardous travel over portions of our area. Snow will be diminishing/ending from the west this Saturday afternoon.

Latest Regional Weather Radar Mosaic…

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