High temperatures in Evanston will reach all the way into the teens today and Friday, forecasters say — but they also say we should be on the lookout for a little snow both days.

The private forecasting service used the the city is expecting a chance of nearly a third of an inch of snow this afternoon and evening. The National Weather Service is a little more confident there will be snow … and thinks we could get up to a half inch.

Then for Friday, the city’s forecast anticipates a 60 percent chance of one to two inches of snow in the afternoon and evening.

Public Works Streets Supervisor Edgar Cano says crews will be deployed once the snow starts falling.

Interfaith Action of Evanston will again have an overnight warming shelter in operation starting at 9 p.m. tonight at First Congregational Church, 1445 Hinman Ave.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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