Motorists are urged to plan travel around winter weather and avoid unnecessary travel during the storm.
Snowfall totals by Saturday evening ranged from one to two inches for most of Chicago, to three to five inches to the south.
This might not come as welcome news if you are among those visiting from Los Angeles: The forecast calls for bitter cold, with the possibility of snow on the horizon.
Many of us are waking up to a blanket of white this morning and many roads snow-covered as a winter storm continues to push eastward across the country.
Numbers go up as we head south into Maryland and Virginia with a zone of 2 to 4 across much of Maryland except lower in the northeast and higher in the southeast. For Saturday, the snow will gradually become more scattered into the afternoon.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 32.
Winter weather advisory from 10 p.m. EST Sunday until 8 a.m. EST Monday. Light and variable wind. However, another band of snow will pass through later tonight with another couple inches of accumulation possible. A bit of a north breeze will keep wind chills in the teens.
Monday night: Partly cloudy. We will be tracking another system coming in for the end of the week bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region as well as another cool down possibly by next weekend.