City, suburbs clean up after one of the worst November storms to hit Chicago area — up to 13 inches and counting – Chicago Tribune

One of the largest November storms on record dumped as much as 13 inches of snow on the Chicago area Sunday into Monday, jamming the morning commute, canceling more than 1,000 flights at the city’s airports, shutting hundreds of schools and knocking out power to more than 340,000 homes and businesses.One final wave of winter weather hit Chicagoland Monday morning before the storm starting moving out of the area midday, according to the National Weather Service. Wet and icy roads were persisting Monday afternoon, particularly in the north suburbs.

Source: City, suburbs clean up after one of the worst November storms to hit Chicago area — up to 13 inches and counting – Chicago Tribune

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