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Thundersnow in Chicago area could slow evening commute

<p>Visibility drops drastically as heavy snow rolls into downtown&nbsp;<a id="firsthit" name="firsthit"></a>Chicago&nbsp;on Monday. &nbsp;| &nbsp;Chandler West/For Sun-Times Media &nbsp;</p>

Visibility drops drastically as heavy snow rolls into downtown Chicago on Monday.  |  Chandler West/For Sun-Times Media  

Expect delays and traffic this evening due to heavy snow. According to the Chicago Sun-Times:

With snow falling at 2-3 inches per hour in the Chicago area Monday afternoon, commuters should expect slick roads and limited visibility as they make their way home. And there may hear a bit of thunder — a winter phenomenon dubbed “thundersnow.”

“Rush hour is going to be a mess,” National Weather Service Meteorologist David Beachler said. “Because this came down so fast and furiously, the roads are going to stay snow-covered.”

[For full story continue to the Chicago Sun-Times]

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