As Chicago recovers from the latest wallop of subzero temperatures and dangerous windchills, there’s already talk of more snow coming to town. The National Weather Service said this January has been Chicago’s fourth-snowiest thus far.
Unwelcome as the news maybe, there’s a (cold, frozen) silver lining to it all.
More snow is definitely on its way. The first in an expected multi-part winter storm system is forecast to hit the area Thursday morning, NBC Chicago reports. One to two inches could pile up for the evening commute, with more snow coming Thursday and Friday, to the tune of six inches in some areas.