Tag: 2018

SNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW! You’re either saying with a lot of joy, or mixed in with a lot of curse words right now. Overall the forecast remains fairly on track and most places are on pace to hit their forecast totals. It took longer than anticipated to get going, but remember, THIS IS A LONG DURATION EVENT. Many […]

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Winter Storm Warnings are now in effect ahead of what promises to be the heaviest snowfall this winter for many across northern Illinois. Snow is expected to first begin across northwest Illinois late in the afternoon and then spread across the remainder of northern Illinois as the evening progresses. This will be a long duration […]

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The sky may have looked ordinary to most of us today, but if you were paying attention you may have noticed something unusual. As a blanket of clouds rapidly moved over, strange holes appeared as pictured below in my neighborhood. Friend of ISC, Sam Augustyn captured the phenomenon perfectly overheard in the suburbs of Chicago. […]

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An interesting scenario *could* come together tomorrow (Monday, January 22nd) across parts of central and western Illinois. By now we all know a strong upper level low is about to move in bringing us the chance of widespread rain, thunderstorms, and even a quick burst of snow on the backside but a low probability scenario […]

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