By Mary Kay Kleist

CHICAGO (CBS) — An upper-level disturbance will generate a light, wintry mix for our area overnight and into Saturday.

Minor amounts of accumulation are possible.

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Snow Accumulation: 12.17.21

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If we do not end up with .1″ or more of snow accumulation, we will likely break a record for the latest (first measurable) snow. The old record Dec. 20, 2012.

We’ve only had a “trace” of snow this season.

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The best moisture with this system will hug the front and storm center. That’s why we only expect light activity.

8 a.m. Saturday: 12.17.21

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The low for Friday night is 34. The high for Saturday is 38 as the light mix tapers off, but conditions remain cloudy.

Weekend Forecast: 12.17.21

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It will be clearing for Sunday with a high of 35.

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7 Day Forecast: 12.17.21

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Mary Kay Kleist