'Unabated' Winter Continues in Chicago as Snow Hampers Visibility

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a winter storm warning as parts of Chicago, Illinois, were expected to receive eight to 12 inches of snow on Monday, February 15.

The Chicago Police Department said this clip, posted on Monday, shows snow coming down on a road in Chicago.

“Winter continues unabated in Chicago. Please drive slowly, give way to snow plows, and keep distance between the car in front of you,” police said on Twitter.

The NWS warned of low visibility as wintry weather conditions continued to batter the city.

“It is snowing heavy over Chicago’s urban center. With such low visibility regularly through at least early afternoon, consider postponing travel in/near downtown. Weather is not convenient, and today is one of those days,” the NWS said. Credit: Chicago Police via Storyful