The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch advisory that says we could get as much as six inches of snow between Saturday evening and late Sunday night.

The weather service says the storm could lead to snow-covered roads and hazardous travel conditions. Winds are expected to increase on Sunday, which may lead to blowing and drifting snow.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. Look Forward
    Look forward to Evanston’s continued failures in snow removal. I’m sure they’ll start plowing AFTER it is done snowing and still lave a quarter inch on the streets. Its actually pretty funny driving on Sheridan to or from the city. As soon as you cross the border from Rodgers Park to Evanston it almost immediately goes from a clear/wet street to slick/snow conditions and vice versa.

    1. Snow fall

      True enough. It was a pain to move the car every snowstorm when I couldn't get out of my space. However, you COULD live in Chicago where the trucks just plow the snow into your  car. No getting out of that!

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