Snow And Freezing Temperatures Predicted For The Weekend

Another snow-ice weather warning issued for these seven counties

Another snow-ice weather warning issued for these seven counties

Light snow is expected to develop Friday evening in northern counties before it slides south, covering much of the Chicago area.

Winds will remain strong and there will be a minimum temperature of around -2 °C. Blustery northwest winds will give wind chills in the teens during the day Tuesday.

Our skies will begin to clear out Friday afternoon but our temperatures will sit in the 30s throughout the day.

Another snow-ice weather warning issued for these seven counties

The Chicago area could see some snowfall heading into the weekend. Highs on Sunday aren't expected to reach 40°.

Tonight: Scattered wintry showers will continue overnight giving icy stretches as temperatures fall and turning increasingly to snow. There will be several quiet hours on Friday before a Clipper system arrives late Friday into Saturday morning. At this point, forecast models are indicating that our northeast counties (Fulton, Pulaski, and Miami) have the best chance of seeing the lake effect snow showers.

North of 85, if things were to come together perfectly so that the period of coldest air and highest moisture were to overlap, it is possible to see a transition to snow. "We can expect about 1" of snow in Indy.