Lake-effect snow possible through Wednesday afternoon
One to 3 inches of snow could hit central and southern Cook County, according to a winter weather advisory that expires at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Another few inches of snow may fall in Chicago on Wednesday, a day after a snowstorm dropped nearly 6 inches on the city.
One to 3 inches of lake-effect snow could hit central and southern Cook County, according to a winter weather advisory that expires at 4 p.m.
The National Weather Service said the snow could “rapidly” affect visibility and road conditions.
Lake effect snow is expected to develop over NE IL this morning then shift into NW IN by this evening. Some of these showers could be moderate to heavy. Be prepared for rapidly changing conditions if traveling near the lake through this evening. pic.twitter.com/KI8aU3MKtk— NWS Chicago (@NWSChicago) January 27, 2021
“Slow down and use caution while traveling,” the weather service said in its advisory.
On Wednesday, Chicago residents dug themselves out of several inches of snow after the largest snowstorm since 2019 moved through the area.
Forecasters were monitoring more snow possible on Saturday.
Generally quite weather is expected Thursday and Friday to close out the week. Thereafter, we continue to monitor the potential for another system to bring several inches of snow to the region towards Saturday Night and Sunday. #ILwx #INwx pic.twitter.com/naHWY9NKu8— NWS Chicago (@NWSChicago) January 27, 2021