Lake-effect snow showers continue from NW Indiana into Illinois this Monday afternoon

Light Lake-effect snow showers look to continue this afternoon from Porter and Lake Counties in Indiana west-southwest into southern Cook and Will Counties in Illinois. Not much, but some slight accumulations will likely continue in these areas and with temperatures hovering in the 20 to 25-degree range slippery spots could develop, especially on untreated surfaces, so drive carefully and watch your step. A few light flurries may continue in adjoining Grundy and Kankakee Counties in Illinois.

A weak upper-level low pressure disturbance moving very slowly through Missouri has caused winds aloft to hold more northeasterly in our area, allowing the lake-effect snow showers to continue…as this disturbance moves farther south, the northeast flow should weaken and snow showers in our area should gradually diminish later this afternoon.

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