Morning Snow Becomes More Scattered Today, Then Lake Effect Begins


Good Monday morning everyone! A fresh coat of snow from our storm system will be added to during the morning hours as our light to moderate snow continues for a few more hours.

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By midday into early afternoon, our light to moderate snow will become more scattered with snow showers coming to an end at times.


Lake effect snow still looks very likely, especially for the Illinois side of things. A potentially heavy band of lake effect snow looks to develop and target Cook County late this evening. We’ll watch this band of snow eventually make its way into Lake and perhaps Porter County, but it’ll take its time with model indicating it will make its move into NWI sometime later on Tuesday. Bottom line–we will need to carefully watch this band of snow. Models aren’t the best at forecasting lake effect snow and we all know a 10-20 mile difference can change a lot when it comes to lake effect!


Still sticking with our original forecast of 2-4 inches from this system snow, so perhaps another inch or two today. This does not include any lake effect snow that may add significant totals to the areas affected! We’ll be keeping a close eye on the lake effect when it develops late today into tonight.


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