Much of the snow melted after touching the ground. About an inch of snow might be possible in the northern and western suburbs, as temperatures dipped Tuesday morning.
As of 6:30 am, Homer Glen has received 1.5 inches of snow. In town, Midway received 0.4 inches of snow and O’Hare had 0.1 inches of snow.
With the first snowfall slightly later in the year than expected, Priya Patel felt like we were getting a breather.
“We have but the time has come to come now, I think,” he said. “Kinda feels comfortable.”
The Schomburg was covered in a blanket of wet snow, forcing people like Angelica Kagdrovic to extract her snow brush.
“I’m just glad the snow is so light,” said Kagdyrovic. “It wasn’t really stuck, and there wasn’t like frost on the windshield that I had to shake it out, so it’s actually kind of bland.”
The weather created slippery conditions on some of the roads in the area, turning into slippery mud. Jerry Giuliano taking his dogs for a walk in it.
“I love all seasons,” said Guiliano. “I just don’t like winter for that long. At first, I like it, but it’s too long and I want it to go away.”
Suburbs north and west of the city see an inch of snow or less, with higher temperatures making accumulation difficult.
Caryn Wagner is Happy Winter that didn’t come Halloween the way it did last year.
“The fact that it’s almost Thanksgiving and we only get snow is cool,” said Wagner.
As of 6:34 a.m. at Chicago airports, Midway reported less than 15-minute delays and seven cancellations. The delay in Uhair is less than 15 minutes and there have been 26 cancellations.
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