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Chicago Is Ready To Face The Blizzard After Warnings Were Raised.

A winter storm warning is in effect for some parts of Illinois from 8 p.m. Tuesday through 6 p.m. Wednesday. The warning affects the following counties: Avon, DuPage, Kendall, and central Cook counties, as well as eastern Will and Grundy counties in Indiana. It also reflect in southwestern Wisconsin.

Vehicles and other road infrastructure may be damaged or destroyed by severe winter weather. Avoiding being in this situation altogether by not using roads is the best option. You should always be prepared for the worst if you have to travel. Have your automobile checked for problems before you go, and anticipate lengthy wait times or other routes.

In Illinois, snow will fall in two waves. The first part will be the heaviest and spread more rapidly. The second wave of snow will be sporadic and only fall in the southern parts of the region. It will make it difficult to travel, and there is a warning for the area. Rain and sleet will turn into ice and snow by late Thursday. Stay off the roads, use safe driving habits, and practice looking out for black ice.

It will fall in patches and the city may experience flooding. Reduced visibility, latest 3 hours of snow and a blizzard warning are expected. The National Weather Service will provide latest updates through online bulletin.

The dangers of winter storms are compounded for those who reside in low-lying locations. As a matter of safety, you should relocate if you can. If you must stay in your home, make sure to have plenty of food and water on hand, and keep a battery-powered radio with you so you can stay informed about conditions.

The city is likely to experience dangerous conditions between 3 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursday, as well as throughout Friday up until 3 a.m., with intense periods at 8 p.m. and midnight-1 a.m. Do not take your pet out during these hours and stay home if you’re uncertain about what to expect. Consider taking your car to the safe location of your choice before the storm occurs.

Much of the city will see snow on Thursday, no matter what track the storm takes. The snow is expected to be deep enough and fluffy enough because of all the moisture from nearby Lake Michigan.

A storm system is moving southward. Expect snow and ice in central Illinois and northern Indiana. will cause flooding, making it difficult to travel. Sleep tight tonight because the snow will start to fall by midnight. Wet, heavy snow is expected to cover the town for a couple of days.

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