Snow, Rain & Possible ‘Thundersnow’ as Chicago Gets Late Taste of Winter

Winter has been over for scarcely a month, though it’s going to feel some-more like Jan than Apr on Sunday as a Chicago-area gets walloped with snow.

Current foresee models change extravagantly on how many sleet a area could indeed see. Anywhere from one to 3 inches of sleet is probable via many of a Chicagoland area.

A Lakeshore Flood Advisory is in outcome for Cook County in Illinois and Lake Porter counties in NW Indiana until 9 p.m. Sunday.

The heavier sleet will be strong north of Interstate 80, definition that areas south of that line will approaching see reduction than an in. of snow, with some-more sleet descending in those areas.

The day will start with augmenting clouds in a overnight hours, and sleet will approaching start to tumble before daybreak. A turn of sleet is probable during that time, though will some-more approaching start to tumble shortly after a object comes up. Temperature highs approaching to be in a top 30s.

A brew of sleet and soppy sleet will insist in a area by many of a day, though is approaching to finish off in a late afternoon and early dusk hours before finale around sunset.

Tracking Wintry Mix in Chicago Sunday

NBC 5’s Lisa Chavarria has a live demeanour Sunday morning from a streets of Chicago.

(Published Sunday, Apr 14, 2019)

The sole bit of good news for area motorists is that many of a sleet approaching won’t hang to highly-trafficked roadways, as comfortable conditions will minister to sleet melting quickly. Some less-trafficked areas and farming areas could see accumulating sleet on roadways, and motorists should sojourn discreet as they transport on Sunday.

As a new work week begins, a temperatures will usually start to climb, approaching melting all a sleet that falls on Sunday. Temperatures will arise to a mid-50s on Monday and adult to a mid-to-high 60s by Tuesday, according to foresee models.

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