Winter Weather Coverage

Tracking our next chance for rain and snow

Last Updated 2 years ago by Devontae Jackson.

NAM – Precip Type – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage

Rain will move into the area by mid week this week. Rain will move into the area Tuesday night and continue into Wednesday. Snow will then follow behind the rain as we heading into Thursday.

Here is a break down of our precip chance starting Tuesday through Thursday.

4 PM Tue.Precip Chance: 0%
8 PM Tue.Precip Chance: 0%
12 AM Wed.Precip Chance: 30%
4 AM Wed.Precip Chance: 100%
8 AM Wed.Precip Chance: 100%
12 PM Wed.Precip Chance: 50%
4 PM Wed.Precip Chance: 40%
8 PM Wed.Precip Chance: 30%
12 AM Thu.Precip Chance: 30%
4 AM Thu.Precip Chance: 20%

As said earlier snow will move into the area after the rain. Rain is expected Tuesday night into Wednesday afternoon. Rain does look to be steady at times as well. Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning we will transition from rain to snow. Snow will taper off by Thursday morning.

NAM – Precip Accumulation – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage

Looking at our precipitation accumulations. It doesn’t look like much rain will accumulate. Just enough rain to wash away some of that snow.

Here is a break down of the rain accumulations.

At Least0.30”
Most Likely0.40” – 0.60”
At Most0.70”
NAM – Snow Accumulation – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage

We are not looking at too much snow to accumulate either. Especially not like we saw this past weekend.

Here is a breakdown of snow totals.

At LeastA Trace of Snow
Most Likely0.01” to 0.05”
At Most0.08”

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