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February snow

The winter of 2012-2013 in Chicago has been one for the record books when it comes to its lack of snow.  But, we’re making up for it a bit during the final couple of weeks of February.

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A winter storm moved through the Chicago area overnight, dumping up to five inches of snow in some communities.

About three inches of snow fell across the Chicago region, though the snow is expected to turn to freezing drizzle this morning, coating the area with ice.

The 2.7 inches at O’Hare International Airport tied the highest total for this year, according to the National Weather Service. Some flurries are still fallign so the total could tick upward by a tenth of an inch or two, he said.

Some of the snow in southern suburbs has already started turning to rain and might create a “light glaze” on the roadways, said Ben Deubelbeiss, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.

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A snow plow clears a path on North Main Street at East Geneva Road in Wheaton. (Mark Hume/Tribune)

Thursday Full Forecast – 2/21

Chicago’s morning weather forecast

Wednesday Full Forecast – 2/20

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