Snow Continues to Fall Across Chicago Area on Super Bowl Sunday - NBC Chicago

Snow Continues to Fall Across Chicago Area on Super Bowl Sunday

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



    Sunday Forecast

    NBC 5's metorologist Kalee Dionne talks about Sunday's snow showers and goes into detail on the full forecast for the week ahead.

    (Published Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018)

    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. 

    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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