Chicagoans are still digging out from the biggest snow storm we’ve seen in two years.
The main roads are clear and snow plows are making big dent in the side streets. More than nine inches of snow fell around the area.
City snow plows and salt trucks were all all night clearing streets and salting roads.
While the city does its part to clear the roads, residents are expected to be good neighbors and clear the sidewalks.
With all that snow comes the time-honored tradition of marking your parking spot with anything you can find including, milk crates, chairs and ironing boards.