Chicago could see another 1 to 3 inches of snow Saturday morning, following Friday’s winter storm that dumped at least 6 inches across much of the city and suburbs.
The snow will begin to come down faster in the predawn hours, according to the National Weather Service, potentially falling at a rate of 1 inch per hour in some areas.
The snow will likely taper off by mid to late morning, according to the forecast, and will be mostly concentrated north of Interstate 80.
Those who plan to travel Saturday morning can expect snow-covered roads and reduced visibility, according to the weather service.
The Chicago area could also see another 1 to 3 inches of snow Sunday morning, according to the forecast.
The flurries come as the city recovers from Friday’s storm that resulted in mass school closings, dozens of crashes and at least 1,000 flights canceled.
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