Snow moving in, iciness Storm Warning in effect except Sunday - WGN television Chicago

CHICAGO — Snow is entering into the Chicago area and the winter Storm Warning is in impact until Sunday.

The warning went into effect at 9 a.m. Saturday for Winnebago, Boone, McHenry, Ogle, Lee, De Kalb, Kane, La Salle, Kendall, Grundy and should counties.

The warning goes into impact at noon for Lake, DuPage and cook counties in Illinois.

Snow is set to begin between 10 a.m. and noon with the heaviest falling from 2 p.m. – 10 p.m.

four to 9 inches is viable, in the community extra lakeside.

Winds will become a huge component, strengthening in gusts to 35mph and, alongside Lake Michigan and in open areas, in the neighborhood to 40 mph.

chillier air drawn into the storm will fluff snow up making it more prone to blowing and drifting.

The coldest temps and wind chills of the season thus far are to brush into the enviornment with air temps falling to single digits from Chicago and west by using crack of dawn Sunday amid howling north winds. this will generate wind chills shedding to into the 5-above to 8-below range from Chicago west–moderated to 5 to fifteen-above in northwest Indiana on account of winds off the lake–however falling there throughout Sunday.

wintry weather STORM WARNING Sat AM-solar AM:✔Snow starts between 10AM-noon.✔Heaviest snow to fall 2pm-10pm.✔four-9" commonly, locally more lakeside.✔Winds: gusting 35-forty mph late causing blowing/drifting/unhealthy using circumstances. #snowstorm #Chicago

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