PHOTOS: Your photos of New Year’s snowstorm #CHIsnow

SHARE PHOTOS: Your photos of New Year’s snowstorm #CHIsnow

We invited you to share photos of how you’re weathering the snowstorm that had dropped 9.2 inches of snow on the city by noon Thursday on social media using the hashtag #CHIsnow.

You delivered, too, with photos of crowded sledding hills, snowy puppies and massive snowballs. (We’re living vicariously through you from our warm, snug offices.)

Here’s the latest weather update: Lake-effect snow warning in effect until 6 p.m.

And here are all your photos, as we get them:

Share how you’re spending your snow day on Twitter or Instagram by including #CHIsnow in your tweet or photo caption.

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