Chicago weather is terrible; the winter weather is not over in Chicago. According to National Weather Service, Six crawls of substantial, wet snow could hit the Chicago zone beginning late Tuesday morning, possibly obscuring the late-night drive. They stated that due to the lousy weather of Chicago, people might face some difficulties. Travelling will be very difficult. These dangerous conditions could affect especially the Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service also reported a piece of news that the chances of snow falling are high. As quick as one inch per hour into Tuesday night. And now the latest model shows the whole system is shifting to the south. It means southern areas of the city may face heavy snowfall. But there are possibilities of changing.
Winter storm watch set for DuPage, Cook, Will, Grundy, La Salle and Kendall regions. On Monday afternoon, before the snow storm, there are high chances of a wave of rain. The National Service said a statement about the rain. They stated that a region of rain would spread from south to north over the area today. This evening, precipitation changes to snow north, while remaining precipitation south. Snow moves south over the whole region Tuesday night into Wednesday, at that point decreases late toward the evening.
The National Weather Service predictions, related to the next day’s weather:
They predicted the temperature fall from the mid-30s on Monday to around highly freezing on Tuesday. They also forecasted that the sharper temperature starting from Wednesday night. Lowest expected temperature and higher expected temperature ranges 16 degrees to 24 degrees on Tuesday.