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Widespread Heavy Rainfall to Continue Flooding Threat For South-Central U.S. This Week

Multiple days of heavy rainfall will likely continue to cause considerable flash and urban flooding impacts across portions of eastern Texas, Oklahoma, western Arkansas, and extreme western Louisiana this week. New and renewed widespread minor to isolated major river flooding is expected, and will continue into next week on slow-to-drain rivers. Read More >



This page houses climatological snowfall data for the NWS Chicago County Warning Area (CWA), a 23 county area that includes a large portion of northern Illinois and northwest Indiana.  Much of the information is for two official climate sites, Chicago and Rockford, as these locations have longtime, quality-controlled climate data.

Besides climatology, this page can serve to help with snowfall risk assessment in terms of time of year, frequency, and magnitude. For more on specific snow events of the past, please visit our Past Events Page WPC Storm Summaries, and the NCEI Storm Events Database.
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