Tag: December

After a light dusting to inch of fresh snow this afternoon and evening across northern Illinois, the pattern will remain active with eyes already looking towards extreme southwest Canada and the British Columbia coast early this evening at what will become our next snow maker tomorrow afternoon and evening. Once again as happens many times […]

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Our first real taste of winter wasn’t as brutal as some hyped it up to be. Thankfully we weren’t dealt with sub zero temperatures and lots of snow like some outlets wanted us to believe. Not only that, it appears to take a reprieve, at least for the short term. Any minor snow accumulations still […]

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Not much to complain about with our weather lately, unless of course you’re a snow lover. The well advertised mild spell is fully underway and should last through the end of the week and into December’s opening days as previously forecast. A quick glance at the CPC chart shows they have our region highlighted in […]

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<script async src="//pagead2 .googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js”> (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); It’s no secret what lies ahead this weekend. Snow, and there could be quite a bit of it. Forecast models have hinted at this potential for several days now. Placement, amounts and totals were all over the place, with each model going back and forth between […]

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Well folks, we had a good run of mild and above normal weather, but here it is! We are expecting our first accumulating snowfall event of the young winter season. Generally expecting a 1-3″ swath across mainly northern Illinois. Some isolated spots reaching 4″ could be possible near the IA/IL border. The Chicago metro area […]

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