No, you didn’t travel back in time while you were sleeping. That really was snow falling in some parts of the Chicago area Wednesday morning.
Those dreaming of a white Christmas in Chicago might get a flurry — but it won’t be a winter wonderland.
Cloud cover has replaced the intense sunshine of the morning hours, but temperatures will still be above average for the rest of the day Friday.
Light flurries have tapered off for most of the Chicago area, but lake effect snow in northwest Indiana could bring a lot of snow to that region by Tuesday.
Patches of snow flurries hit the Chicago area on Thursday, while temperatures reached their coldest levels since April.