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updated: 3/5/2014 10:26 AM

Fresh snow made morning commute a nightmare

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  • Mundelein resident Jose Ruiz clears his driveway along Bristol Court with a snowblower Wednesday morning after an overnight snowstorm swept through Lake County. A winter weather advisory remains in effect for the suburbs until noon today.

       Mundelein resident Jose Ruiz clears his driveway along Bristol Court with a snowblower Wednesday morning after an overnight snowstorm swept through Lake County. A winter weather advisory remains in effect for the suburbs until noon today.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Traffic is backed up Wednesday morning on Randall Road in Elgin.

       Traffic is backed up Wednesday morning on Randall Road in Elgin.
    Jeff knox | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report

Snow covered roads made the morning commute a tough one.

Multiple accidents have been reported across the suburbs, and commute times were more than double and triple in some areas.

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A winter weather advisory remains in effect for the suburbs until noon today.

Accuweather.com forecasts the snow should begin to tamper off after noon. Most of the area should see 2-4 inches of the snow by the time the storm moves out of the area.

The forecast calls for a high temperature of 25 degrees today, with overnight lows around 11.

Thursday looks better, according to accuweather.com. The forecast calls for highs around 30 with partly cloudy skies.

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