January 31, 2011 by USA Post 

WGN WEATHER, There are reports of forecast for Chicago that a major windstorm can hit the Chicago. A winter storm watch remains in effect for the area of Battle Creek and much of southern Lower Peninsula afternoon from Tuesday. Informative map of the projected path of the storm of WGN in Chicago. The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids has set up this page about the storm, with the intended path and snowfall.

Remember the 1993 movie “Groundhog Day” where Bill Murray’s character, a television meteorologist largest city, is trapped in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, by a snowstorm? Well, here it comes again. Aculeate has already labeled it the Groundhog Day blizzard.

The latest forecast revealed for the Battle Creek area calls for about two inches of snow tonight from an unrelated system with the manufacturer of time even in the far southwest.

Then, when the violent storm, the weather service currently provides 2 inches of snow during the day Tuesday, 9 inches Tuesday night and another 4 inches on Wednesday. It is 17 inches between now and sundown Wednesday.

Northerly winds will ramp up in the range 20 to 30 mph with higher gusts Tuesday night continues until Wednesday. Considerable blowing snow is expected with near blizzard conditions possible.

Hang on, Heights and Olympia Fields residents: a large winter storm is headed your way.
The National Weather Service issued a snowstorm watch for much of northern Illinois, including Cook County, beginning Tuesday afternoon. According to counsel, the storm could bring up to 18 inches of snow or more in some areas and wind gusts up to 40 mph could create blizzard conditions and whiteout.
The first phase of the storm will begin on Monday afternoon, bringing two to four inches of snow by Tuesday morning. The highest snowfall is expected to develop Tuesday afternoon and continue until Wednesday afternoon.

According to counsel, the total accumulation of the storm are expected to more than a foot in northern Illinois and beyond 18 inches on the north and east central Illinois.
The National Weather Service warns motorists of “almost impossible travel conditions” Tuesday afternoon and evening due to the rapid accumulation of snow, blizzard should call a “dangerous snowstorm, multifaceted and potentially lethal.”

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