Slick roads, sidewalks remain after season’s first measurable snowfall


Chicago and the suburbs saw the season’s first measurable snowfall Tuesday and is waking up to rain and slick roads Wednesday.

Snow began falling during Tuesday’s evening rush hour and changed to a rain-snow mix overnight.

Salt trucks worked through the night and into the morning hours to clear roads in Chicago.

Sidewalks are also slick and residents should use caution when walking and driving Wednesday morning.

The rain will wind down as the morning moves on and much quieter conditions will be in the forecast for most of Wendesday.

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