If the storm dumps numbers in the higher range, the 17 inches would put it among the biggest ever.

Schools and businesses were already announcing closings, Heavy snow is expected to spread across northern Illinois early this evening, then continue into Friday.


A group of journalists walks us through the referenda on the ballot. Some isolated areas may see 14 inches of snow on the ground.

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Marine Multiple locations were found. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration over next days. close. Located 14 miles from the Loop, the middle-class Ashburn community has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest this summer.

Meantime, the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation will deploy its full fleet of plows Thursday night.

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