The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through midnight Tuesday for a storm that could dump between 4 and 8 inches on the Chicago area.
Light snow is supposed to begin late Monday and gradually increase in intensity through Tuesday morning, at times falling at a rate of 1-2 inches per hour. Some areas could see snow totals higher than the predicted amounts.
Travel will be "extremely dangerous" throughout the duration of the storm, the National Weather Service warns. The storm will affect both the morning and afternoon commute.
Trinity Lutheran School in Burr Ridge is closed today, as is the local Reading Across Illinois Library service.
Follow the winter storm as it bears down on Burr Ridge with Weather.com's interactive map.
Snowfall greater than two inches triggers Burr Ridge's snow rules, which ban street parking. Violators could be ticketed or towed.
The village plows main roads first, then side streets and ends with cul-de-sacs. Call Public Works at 630-323-4733 if you have questions about snow removal.
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