Chicago hasn't had a break from the cold and snow in a while, but relief is coming soon.
Before warmer temperatures arrive, the city and suburbs will likely see another round of snow, or an icy mix of of snow and rain, Sunday.
According to the NBC 5 Storm Team, 1-3 inches of snowfall is possible for some locations, with the highest totals looking to stay north and northwest of the city.
Models show as much as 3.6 inches is possible in areas like DeKalb, while southern suburbs, like Kankakee, are only expected to see a little more than inch of accumulation.
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Snow could develop in the early afternoon and evening with a few inches of accumulation expected. An icy mix of snow and rain possible towards the Kankakee River Valley. In Chicago, more than 2 inches is possible.
Though some snow will likely accumulate, temperatures are expected to rise above freezing Sunday with highs in the mid 30s.
After chilly temperatures and snow, milder conditions will likely last through next week. Monday will bring more clouds, but Tuesday should have mostly sunny skies with highs reaching the low 40s.
Already, Chicago has recorded nearly 46 inches of snow this season.
As of Tuesday, there had been nine straight days of measurable snow recorded at O'Hare Airport. That ties the record for consecutive days with measurable snow in the city, which was set between Feb. 3-11 in 2018, according to the National Weather Service.
Chicago has seen as much snow as it typically sees in an entire winter season in the last few weeks alone. The area on average sees about 36 inches of snow in a winter.
In fact, the last three weeks in Chicago have been the snowiest three-week stretch the city has seen since January 1979, which marked one of the most notable blizzards in city history.
From Jan. 26 to Feb. 15 of this year, the area saw 34.1 inches of snow. In 1979, Chicago recorded 39.5 inches from Jan. 11 to Jan. 31, data showed.