TRIBUNE: Yes, there’s more ‘rare’ April snow in the forecast, Chicago

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The Chicago Tribune is reporting, “For the fifth time this month, snow is expected to fall over the Chicago area Wednesday, continuing a frigid April that has interfered with baseball games and other springtime activities usually underway by now.

“It is rare. … Getting anything an inch plus is definitely rare this time of year,” said Charles Mott, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Chicago, of winter’s continued grip.

The snow is expected to move in Wednesday night, with 1-2 inches accumulating by 1 a.m. Thursday, according to the weather service. The highest amounts will be seen north of Interstate 80…”

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