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7:15 AM | Winter storm with accumulating snow affects us tonight and tomorrow; 2-4 inches likely followed by some ice

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny early, clouds late, brisk, cold, low-to-mid 30’s


Snow develops around or shortly after midnight, cold, low-to-mid 20’s


Snow possibly mixes with sleet and freezing rain and may even eventually change to “plain” rain, but snow accumulations of 2-4 inches are likely beforehand; especially, in the northern and western suburbs, cold, mid 30’s

Saturday Night

Cloudy with a wintry mix possible or a little more snow before ending, cold, mid 20’s


Mostly cloudy, chance for a rain or snow shower, chilly, near 40


Mostly cloudy, slightly milder, chance for showers, upper 40’s


Mostly cloudy, mild, upper 40’s


Partly sunny, breezy, still mild, near 45


A cold front passed through the region last night without much in the way of moisture, but the next system to affect us later tonight and tomorrow will have more moisture to work with. Snow will break out around or just after midnight and then continue into early tomorrow morning. There can be a mixing of the snow with sleet or freezing rain or even an eventual changeover to “plain” rain on Saturday, but snow accumulations of 2-4 inches are likely before that occurs with the higher amounts in the northern suburbs. A strong, cold high pressure system to our north will be the key player in this early weekend event as it should lock in the cold air which will be reluctant to give up its ground at the time the moisture arrives. Stay tuned. Longer term, it looks like a drastic change to colder weather with additional snow chances is in the cards as the month of February begins.