Powerful Storm Heading for the Midwest

Accuweather meteorologists are predicting a large winter storm that could hit the south suburbs during rush hour Thursday.

Brace yourselves. The winter we’ve been dodging so far may be upon us.

Accuweather is predicting a large winter storm, with heavy snow and gusting winds blowing through the Chicago area by Thursday.

According to Accuweather:

The storm will become known for high winds over the Plains, Midwest and eventually the East.

Over the Plains and the Upper Midwest, where snow falls and wind gusts reach 50 mph, extensive blowing and drifting snow is in store with local whiteout conditions.

Widespread travel problems are anticipated with this storm.

The Chicago area is expected to get 1 to 3 inches of snow.

Return to Patch for updates as more information is available.


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Bob Warja December 19, 2012 at 10:36 PM
I think this report is misleading. The south suburbs are only supposed to get a couple inches, the heavy accumulations are going to be north and northwest of the city. Plus, it won't start until Thursday late afternoon, not between Wednesday and Thursday as the title suggests.


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