Update 9AM CST…
The Winter Weather Advisory for freezing drizzle this Wednesday morning has expired. However a Winter Weather Advisory for Freezing Rain (purple-shaded area on the headlined map) remains in effect for most of the counties along and north of Interstate-88 and west and north of Chicago from 6PM this evening through the overnight hours.
CHICAGO — A Winter Weather Advisory for freezing drizzle continues in effect until 9AM CST this Wednesday morning for most of the Chicago area west of Chicago and I-55.
The Ice Storm Warning has been cancelled.
With a new low pressure system approaching from the southwest rain is forecast to spread back over our area tonight. With temperatures again expected to be close to or below 32-degrees, another Winter Storm Advisory for freezing rain and sleet has been issued that will cover in general the area west and north of Chicago and along and north of Interstate-88 starting at 6PM CST and continuing overnight.
The City of Chicago and DuPage County south along and east of I-55 will likely experience temperatures in the mid to upper 30s for the next 24 hours, so have not been included in the threat for freezing precipitation.