Storm Ends, Clean Up Begins

Some areas are dealing with more than 9 inches of snow this morning.

Saturday, Jan 21, 2012  |  Updated 12:12 PM CDT
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Storm Ends, Clean Up Begins

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Clean up continues Saturday morning after the second snow storm of 2012 is finally over.
 
Friday's storm dumped several inches of snow throughout the day that caused problems and cancelations all over Chicagoland. Some areas saw as much as 9 inches of snow fall. Surpassing the 6 inches in Chicago from last week's storm.

Saturday's lake effect snow is making it difficult for snow plows to keep roads and alleys clear. According to Plow Tracker, all 275 snow plows were still making their rounds across the city in the morning. Those looking to get back on the road after Friday's long messy commute home are advised to use caution on the roads.

O'Hare and Midway are back to normal operations after canceling more than 800 flights combined. Those lucky to get out Friday night experienced long delays.

CTA resumed their bus service on Lake Shore Drive after rerouting several buses to keep passengers safe. While they reported some delays with their train service, it’s all business as usual this morning.

Authorities have not reported any injuries or deaths related to the storm at this time.

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