1 to 2 Inches Expected in Wintry Mix | NBC Chicago

1 to 2 Inches Expected in Wintry Mix

The system is expected move out by 7 p.m. Sunday



    NBC 5 meteorologist Alicia Roman says the wintry snow mix will persist until mid-afternoon Sunday. (Published Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015)

    A wet, slippery Sunday is in store for Chicago.

    As temperatures fall throughout the morning, the light rain/snow mix will turn into snow throughout the Chicago area. The precipitatation will lighten by the afternoon and early evening and turn into snow flurries. The system is expected to move out by 7 p.m. Sunday.

    Only about one to two inches of snow are expected to fall in most of the Chicago area, with the heavier snow falling in the southern part of the region.

    Temperatures will hover around 30 degrees on Sunday.

    The work week will start with another chance for snow and a high of 28 followed by highs in the 30s for the rest of the week.

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