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Snow to bring in the new year in the suburbs

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  • An adult bald eagle soars over the Fox River in South Elgin, clutching a fish in its talons for lunch, as a juvenile follows close behind. Temperatures in the single digits didn't mean much to the majestic birds, which found their food in the open water near the dam in South Elgin.

       An adult bald eagle soars over the Fox River in South Elgin, clutching a fish in its talons for lunch, as a juvenile follows close behind. Temperatures in the single digits didn't mean much to the majestic birds, which found their food in the open water near the dam in South Elgin.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

  • Julia Skwerski bundles up while waiting for a train at the Arlington Heights Metra Station with her mom and sister who are en route to the Walnut Room inside Macy's in downtown Chicago. Weather forecasters say snow will join the frigid temperatures beginning Tuesday afternoon and continuing possibly to Wednesday evening.

       Julia Skwerski bundles up while waiting for a train at the Arlington Heights Metra Station with her mom and sister who are en route to the Walnut Room inside Macy's in downtown Chicago. Weather forecasters say snow will join the frigid temperatures beginning Tuesday afternoon and continuing possibly to Wednesday evening.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
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Weather forecasters are calling for a snowy start to the new year as anywhere from 2 to 4 inches could fall on the suburbs Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

Snow is expected to start falling Tuesday afternoon and end sometime Wednesday night, according to AccuWeather.

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Tuesday's high is projected to reach 14 degrees with periods of sun and light wind. The evening low is forecast at 12 degrees. The windchill factor, however, will make it feel even more frigid outside.

New Year's Day should see temperatures rise to a high of 22 degrees, but with that will come with snow and a low of 18, AccuWeather forecasters say. Snow or flurries are expected Thursday, with a high of 22 degrees and a low of 4.

The cold air will not last all week. A high of 32 degrees is forecast for Saturday and Sunday.

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