LIVE VIDEO: Watch R5 performing live on the Blue Cross Blue Shield Performance Stage! WATCH »

Crazy Chicago Winter Storm Could Dump Five Inches By Friday

View Comments
(Getty Images)

(Getty Images)

stylz-roman_125-83 Stylz & Roman
Read More
B96's Most Popular Stories:

Most Popular B96 Stories

If this isn't motivation for students at the University of Chicago to hit the gym or play some games at the rec (that's what we prefer), we're not sure what is!
Gentlemen…you’re welcome.
FIND OUT WHAT HE DID HERE!
Win tickets to see Demi Lovato's #DemiWorldTour coming to the United Center on Tuesday October 14th!
Everyone is getting married these days but we all knew that Lauren Conrad's wedding would be a fairytale ever since the addicting show, Laguna Beach.
The weekend is coming up and we can't make any plans until we know what the best pizza in Chicago is.
If there was an award for hottest parents, Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling would easily take the cake!
What happens in Vegas…is for the world to see via Instagram. Liam Payne just turned 21 and the 1D boys made a pit stop in Vegas to celebrate. They had a lil too much to drink, […]
Kanye West hit back at the media yet again today during a rant at his show in Sydney, Australia.

Who Is Meghan Trainor?

Well... She is the girl that's All About That Bass, but what else do we know?.

On President’s Day, we all got a glimpse of Spring. Yesterday, we felt an almost 50 degree temperature change with the wind chill. Now we can expect a “significant winter storm” bringing as much as four or five inches of snow to parts of the Chicago area late Thursday and early Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

Now that it’s getting colder again, don’t forget about taking extra care of your pets. Also, prepare for a lot of shoveling, insane traffic times, and many excuses to drink hot chocolate. Also, if you start getting major cabin fever, here are some tips to occupy your time.

No snow is expected today, but flurries could be in the area just after midnight on Thursday. When the storm narrows in on Chicago in the evening on Thursday, there could be snow with a chance of sleet, changing to snow and a chance of light freezing rain after midnight.

The weather service says that “several inches of accumulation” are possible throughout the area. Snowfall amounts are expected to range from as little as 2 to 3 inches across northwest Indiana to as much as 4 or 5 inches across north central Illinois.

Remember the snow storm of 2011? It’s never too early to start thinking ahead and keep your eye on the weather, traffic, and school closings.

Get more on CBS Chicago.

-Danielle Clasing, B96 Editor

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 15,918 other followers