Advertisement

Snow begins falling in Chicago, strong winds expected later

<p>Sun-Times Media file photo</p>

Sun-Times Media file photo

Light snow with some rain and sleet mixed in began falling in Chicago on Tuesday morning, and strong winds later in the day could make driving hazardous.

Temperatures in Chicago are hovering around 32 degrees, so the precipitation is expected to begin as a mixture before turning to all snow, according to the National Weather Service.

No more than an inch of snow is expected to accumulate, though it will fall quickly over a short period of time, according to the weather service.

Later this afternoon, winds are expected to gust over 40 mph and will blow the snow around, which could make the evening commute hazardous for drivers.

Wednesday will be less wet, but colder, with a high of only 21 degrees. More snow is possible later this week, according to the weather service.

Read More News
Advertisement

Latest News

Advertisement
  • Advertisement
  • Advertisement
  • Advertisement
  • Advertisement
  • Advertisement
  • Advertisement
Advertisement