Fresh arctic air is setting the stage for a nuisance snowmaker to graze Chicago later Monday.
Arctic air ending this weekend started Monday morning in Chicago on a frigid note.
Not much recovery in temperatures will occur on Monday with highs in the lower 20s expected.
The cold will set the stage for a band of snow to quickly return to the Upper Midwest on Monday. This will be a nuisance snow event with a coating to an inch or two expected.
Amounts will be on the lower end of that range as the snow moves through Chicago Monday afternoon and evening, while places to the north have the better opportunity at receiving two inches. See the latest map of expected snowfall totals.
Motorists should still prepare for roads to be slick for a time during the evening commute. Airline passengers may encounter delays.
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