CHICAGO (CBS) — We’re in alert mode due to potential flooding alongside the shoreline.
Snowfall quantities might be low as brunt of storm stays north of town. However a Lakeshore Flood Advisory is in impact till 6 a.m. Sunday for many of Prepare dinner County, with a Lakeshore Flood Warning for northern Prepare dinner County and Lake County till 3 a.m. Sunday (waves as large as 10 to 14 ft are potential).
A Lakeshore Flood Advisory might be in impact for northern Indiana till 9 a.m. Sunday. Sturdy winds will whip up large waves resulting in some potential flooding.
It is going to be blustery this night with temps falling by the 30s. There might be mild snow/flurries or drizzle/freezing drizzle early Saturday evening after which some partial clearing.
A dusting to some tenths of an inch of snow is anticipated.
The precipitation might be altering to snow for many the afternoon, however altering over sooner nicely north and west of town. A bit extra accumulation is anticipated in our far northern and northwest suburbs, with the heaviest quantities close to the Wisconsin state line (presumably a few inches).
The coldest air of the season to this point arrives within the wake of the storm, with highs within the 30s Sunday and thru most of subsequent week.
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