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National Weather Service says more snow on the way

Although the Northland is running out of places to push the snow, more could be headed our way Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 21-22
Although the Northland is running out of places to push the snow, more could be headed our way Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 21-22

Another round of snow is likely heading into the northland, with the National Weather Service predicting 6 – 8 inches of snow in Cook County starting around 6 p.m. Monday night and continuing through 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 22.

The heaviest snowfall is anticipated from midnight Monday to 6 a.m. Tuesday morning, so motorists should plan accordingly.

The weather service cautions drivers that roads may be slippery and adds the following advisory:

  • Clear snow and ice from windows and lights.
  • Brake early. Leave twice the amount of room for stopping.
  • Don’t use cruise control in wintry conditions.
  • Don’t cut in front of other vehicles.
  • Take it slow and delay travel, if feasible.

Photo by Rhonda Silence, WTIP