The snow route parking ban that went into effect Monday in Calgary was lifted Wednesday at 7 a.m., but the city says drivers should be prepared as another parking ban could be issued with the coming snowfall.
A large, slow-moving storm will spread heavy snow into West Michigan starting Thursday, Feb. 8.
Snow has started to fall in Great Falls and will continue throughout the afternoon and evening. That will add an inch or so to the totals already on the ground. Expect 2-4 inches of snow in the metro, and southern counties may see an inch or less. The snow that began falling late Thursday afternoon continued through Friday as the storm moves east. As of 9:30 a.m., more than 740 flights have been cancelled on Friday at O'Hare, and more than 280 have been cancelled on Friday at Midway.
A fast-moving storm expected to drop up to a foot of snow throughout most of ME on Wednesday arrived in southern ME late morning and is on schedule to barrel into the Bangor area by mid-afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
"Plan on hard travel conditions, including during the morning commute on Friday", the weather service said in its alert. "Anything we put down will just wash away before the snow actually got here".More news: ESPN To Enter The Streaming Service Business With ESPN Plus
The heaviest snow will be in a relatively narrow band across mainly northern IL and southern MI.
The National Weather Service has issued winter-weather warnings and advisories across the upper Midwest. Dangerously cold wind chills up to 35 degrees below zero are likely in the northern Plains, according to the NWS.
As of Friday, the National Weather Service received reports of up to 11 inches of snow over a 24-hour period in Fort Dodge, Iowa. With diminished snow/flurries and temperatures in the 20s Friday afternoon, melting will be minimal on untreated roads and streets, making driving still slow and hard in many areas. The northern and western suburbs have seen slightly more snow, but the tallies are still lower than normal.
The snow is over 24 hours away and snowfall timing and amounts may change.
The Illinois Department of Transportation tweeted road conditions were deteriorating Thursday night across the top of the state as the system neared Chicago.