CHICAGO (AP) — It's official. The first snowflakes have fallen in the
Meteorologists recorded the first flurries Tuesday at O'Hare International
Airport. Snowflakes were also recorded at Midway Airport and some of the
However, it isn't expected to last.
National Weather Service meteorologist Richard Castro tells the Chicago
Sun-Times (http://bit.ly/161c2x9) that the ground is too warm for flakes
to accumulate in most areas.
Weather officials had issue frost advisories for much of the northern half
of state on Tuesday.
Freeze watches were in effect Tuesday for the southern tip of Illinois