Snow Continues to Fall Across Chicago Area on Super Bowl Sunday

Sunday's forecast will see low temperatures and lake-effect snow

More than an inch of snow accumulated in several areas in Chicago as of Saturday night and more is expected to fall by Sunday night.

A Winter Weather Advisory continues for McHenry and Lake counties in Illinois until noon and in Cook County until 3 p.m. Lake County and Porter County in Indiana are also under a Winter Weather Advisory until 6 p.m. Sunday. 

Temperatures are expected to top out in the upper-20s Sunday after a cold front moved in earlier Sunday morning. Sub-zero wind chills are expected overnight and early Monday. 

At the end of the two days, totals could reach between 1 and 3 inches.

Monday is expected to be partly sunny with clear skies, and temperatures likely will be in the single digits. Overcast skies on Tuesday could bring more snow south of I-80 with highs in the mid to upper-20s. 

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It is expected that Chicago will dry up by Wednesday. Skies will be partly sunny and highs remaining in the low to mid-20s.

NBC 5 Storm Team meteorologists advise watching forecasts as conditions develop. 

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