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    A freezing rain advisory is in effect for Lake, McHenry, Kane, Boone and DeKalb counties.

    Conditions could get icy Sunday morning as the National Weather Service issued a freezing rain advisory for north, northwest and west surburbs.

    The warning is in effect until 9 a.m. and includes Lake, McHenry, Kane, Boone and DeKalb counties. 

    Freezing Rain Sunday Morning

    [CHI] Freezing Rain Sunday Morning
    Freezing rain advisory is in effect this morning for Lake, McHenry, Kane, Boone and DeKalb Counties. Temperatures will warm up later in the day. (Published Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014)

    NBC Chicago's Brant Miller expects temps to warm up as the day goes on, but Chicagoans could to see up to a half inch of rain showers throughout the day. 

    Windy conditions are expected to cause temperatures to rise into the mid-40s as a storm makes it's way across the midwest.

    But these warmer temperatures aren't expected to stay as some snow flurries are possible Monday.