Winter storm warning

Winter Storm Warning Issued for Parts of Chicago Area Thursday Ahead of Snow, Ice

As a colder time of year storm unfurls, Chicagoans can expect a blend of weighty downpour, hail and snow before long, possible causing travel concerns and flooding.

La Salle, Kendall, Grundy, Kankakee, Livingston, parts of Cook, parts of Will. The warning was also issued for Lake and Porter counties in Indiana.

The admonition will be active from 3 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday.

Chicagoans can hope for something else than 1 inch of snowfall each hour on occasion Thursday evening, authorities said, joined by wrap blasts up to 40 mph.

Solid northerly breezes are normal on Wednesday and Thursday, which could make monstrous waves and represent a danger low-lying regions close to the water.

Solid northerly breezes are normal on Wednesday and Thursday, which could make monstrous waves and represent a danger low-lying regions close to the water.

Denver: 2-4 inches
Fort Collins: 2-4 inches
Castle Rock: 3-6 inches
Foothills: 4-10 inches
Mountains: 4-10 inches
Eastern Plains: 1-3 inches

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