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Arlington Heights Snowfall: Pavement 7.5″ and Grass 7.5″ Sunday December 11, 2016

A total of 7.5 inches of snow fell in Arlington Heights from about 3:30 PM Saturday December 10, 2016 until about 9:00 PM Sunday December 11, 2016. The recent snow period lasted about 29:30 (hours:minutes) with a 2 1/2-hour break Sunday morning. Snow cover before this recent snow storm was significant in some patches on […]

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Arlington Heights Snowfall: Pavement 3.25″ and Grass 7.5″ Sunday December 4, 2016

A total of 3.25 inches of snow fell in Arlington Heights from about 9:00 AM Sunday December 4, 2016 until 7:00 PM Sunday December 4, 2016. The recent snow period lasted about 10:00 (hours:minutes). No snow cover was on the ground before the recent snowfall. The current snow cover is 3.25 inches on paved areas. […]

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Snowfall Report for Arlington Heights and Chicagoland: 7″ on Grass, 2.5″ on Pavement (Preliminary)

Early snowfall report for Arlington Heights at a central location is 7 inches on a grass surface and 2.5 inches on unplowed pavement. Light snow began to fall just before 7:52 p.m. Friday at Chicago Executive Airport. Snow has fallen continuously until the time of this report at 10:15 a.m., and is expected to taper […]

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WINTER STORM WATCH Friday Afternoon/Night; Wind Chill Falling to -9°F Overnight Thursday/Friday

Excess of six inches of snow possible Friday afternoon and Friday night with the highest amounts expected near the Illinois-Wisconsin border. Temperatures will drop throughout the day Thursday. At 11:00 a.m. it is 12°F in Arlington Heights and only 4°F in Galena, Illinois already. URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL 1004 […]

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY Continues to 9 AM Friday

In Arlington Heights, snow flurries began about 9:00 a.m., significant snowfall began about 9:20 a.m. with radar showing precipitation in the entire northern Illinois and eastern central Illinois regions. A small area of the forecast area may see 8″-12″ inches of snow, but the National Weather Service does pinpoint a forecast on that possibility this […]

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: 4 to 8 Inches Are Possible, 7 AM Thursday Through 6 AM Friday

After unusually warm temperatures for the Chicago area, temperatures are expected to fall near freezing about 4:00 am. Thursday morning and decline below freezing through Friday, January 13, 2012. Snowfall is expected to begin about 7:00 am. Thursday and continue until 6:00 a.m. Friday. The heaviest snow (4-8-inch snow) is expected northeast Chicagoland near the […]

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Blizzard Conditions Continue, Stranded Motorists Everywhere, 19 Inches Plus

Yardstick showing 21 inches in an area of lesser depth compared to other areas in Arlington Heights because it was swept away by winds. The yardstick was placed in an area that already had a 4-inch snow cover. An official Arlingtoncardinal.com snow measurement will be published later today after some averages are obtained Illinois National […]

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