More snow on the way for Chicagoland: 1-minute forecast

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Our temperatures are on their way back up once again as we can expect highs above the freezing mark.

Strong south/southwest winds will make it feel colder as wind chills fall between 15-25 degrees throughout the day.

On and off snow showers will remain possible throughout the day as well.  Very light accumulations are expected with at most 1/2 to 1 inch of snow.

Passing flurries and mostly cloudy skies stick around tonight as colder air returns.

Lows near 10 degrees are likely to greet us Friday morning as a few snow showers or passing flurries linger during the day.  Highs Friday are only forecast to reach the upper teens.

Our series of clipper systems continues Saturday and this one could pack the most significant punch we’ve seen in a while.

Accumulations of 2-4 inches are possible, but the exact track of the system will have to be tracked before we can say where the highest and lowest amounts may fall.



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