Most of the ice melted after coming into contact with the ground. Some accumulation of about 1 inch of snow may be possible in the northern and western suburbs, where temperatures have fallen on Tuesday morning.
By 11 o’clock three inches of snow had fallen in Aurora and Wheaton and the hunt had two inches of snow each. In the city, Midway received .8 inches of snow and O’Hare received .7 inches of snow.
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After snow earlier in the year than expected, Priya Patel felt like we got a break.
“We have, but it was time for it to come, I think now,” he said. “Kinda sounds good.”
The Shamburg was covered in a blanket of wet snow, forcing people like Angelica Kjerdoikaj to dig in front of her house.
“I’m just glad it’s very mild snow,” Kajerdowicz said. “It’s not really sticking. There was no such thing as frost on my windshield that I had to overcome so that’s really cool.”
The weather caused slippery conditions on some area roadways, which turned into slippery. Jerry Juliano took his dogs for a walk.
“I love all seasons,” Guiliano said. “I just don’t like winter for so long. Initially, I like it, but it’s just too long and I want it to go away.”
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The north and west suburbs of the city experience an inch or less of snow, causing high temperatures to accumulate.
Caryn Wagner didn’t come on Halloween in the happy winter like it had last year.
“The fact is that it’s almost thanks and we’re just getting snow which is great,” Wagner said.
As of 6:34 am at Chicago airports, Midway is reporting delays of less than 15 minutes and seven cancellations. O’Hare’s delay is less than 15 minutes and has led to 26 cancellations.
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