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Snow Won't Accumulate, But Roads May Be Slick, Meteorologists Say

By Erica Demarest | November 25, 2013 2:20pm
  Commuters should watch out for ice and wet driving conditions through Wednesday.
Snow Won't Accumulate, But Roads May Be Slick, Meteorologists Say
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CHICAGO — Flurries dotting the city Monday afternoon won't amount to much, meteorologists said, but drivers should watch out — roads might be slick.

"It may be snowing, but there's not an awful lot as far as accumulation goes," said Charles Mott, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. "As of noon, we've only recorded a trace."

Mott said Chicagoans can expect to see flurries until about 4 p.m. Monday, but only about seven-tenths of an inch will accumulate.

Flurries and lake effect snow may hit the city Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday, but again, "not a whole lot of snow is expected," Mott said.

Low temperatures and wet roads could create slick driving conditions, Mott said, so drivers should be careful — especially along Lake Michigan, where roads might be wetter due to lake-effect snow.

And if you're planning a Thanksgiving drive through Indiana, you should watch out on Wednesday, Mott said.

A front starting in the northwest pocket of the state will hit South Bend and move southeast toward Indianapolis. Roads will be wet, and visibility might be an issue as lake-effect snow covers the state.