Illinois-Wisconsin Border, Weather Alert: Wet Snow Ahead North of I-90

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Chicago, IL – The National Weather Service in Chicago advises caution for the Friday morning commute as wet snow is predicted to accumulate near the Wisconsin state line, potentially affecting travel. 

According to updates provided early Thursday, the precise trajectory of the heavy snow remains uncertain, with the greatest probability of travel disruptions north of Interstate 90. Residents are urged to stay informed on the latest weather conditions, especially in areas like Janesville, Waukegan, and north of Elgin.

Forecasters expect the inclement weather to develop late Thursday, with slushy snow accumulations likely near the Wisconsin state line during the Friday morning commute. Seasonable cold will persist through the weekend with dry conditions anticipated. Early next week could see an increase in precipitation with a possible snow band hitting extreme northern Illinois overnight into Sunday. The public is advised to monitor the situation and plan accordingly, especially those traveling near affected regions.

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