CHICAGO (CBS) — The storm system on Saturday brought some impressive wind gusts – with winds whipping up to 55 mph at Soldier Field.
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High winds made for the high wave action.
There were two other components to the lake shore flooding we saw Saturday – high lake water levels in place, and with the mild weather trend, there is no ice on the lake.
A Lake Shore Flood Warning stays in place until 6 a.m. Sunday. Finally, winds relax throughout the morning hours.
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As the storm center pulls away from us and heads to the upper Ohio valley, light snow showers and freezing drizzle taper off.
It is possible to see a tiny accumulation close to the lake.
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