Published: Mon, February 12, 2018
Sci-tech | By Eric Barnett

Thursday's snowstorm expected to continue into Friday

Thursday's snowstorm expected to continue into Friday

The carrier said it would monitor the storm and make adjustments as needed.

Both Portland and Bangor are expected to get roughly 6 to 9 inches of snow by early Thursday morning. In fact, our next decent round of snow for Friday is expected to be the biggest one of the week.

A half-inch of snow overnight is making for treacherous driving once again in the Madison area, and the worst is yet to come.

Volunteers with the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow reported nearly 2 inches of snow in Utica and Bloomfield Township.

Now that Friday's winter storm has mercifully moved on, we're turning our attention to even more snow for the weekend.

The declaration means drivers can not park on city streets between 9 p.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Saturday.

The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings for all of north-central Montana through Friday. Tomorrow, the snow will be heaviest in the morning, making the commute to work hard.

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Chicago's metropolitan area was blanketed with its heaviest snowfall since at least late 2016 as the storm put an icy grip on much of Wisconsin, northern IL and MI.

The National Weather Service said the significant winter storms threatened heavy snow, strong winds and unsafe travel from the northern Rockies to the Northern Plains and the upper Midwest through Sunday in some parts.

"I had to push my flight back first, then the bus was late 'cause of the snow, which was OK because we were running late as well", she said. In Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the city was gearing up for several more rounds of snow through the weekend.

"High will be near 37 degrees, with wind chill values between 15 and 25".

Generally, northern counties can expect 3-6 inches of fresh snow by the end of the day Friday.

Borremans said skies should be mostly sunny both Sunday and Monday, with the high reaching 27 on Monday. The same conditions persist travelling north on the QEII, while south, report claim the roads to be covered with snow and-or ice.

Road conditions began deteriorating Thursday night as the system neared Chicago, the Illinois Department of Transportation tweeted.

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