Timelapse Shows Snow-Covered Chicago Neighborhood

StoryfulWeatherPublished: February 9, 2018
Published: February 9, 2018

A winter snowstorm dumped more than seven inches on parts of Chicago on February 9, forcing the cancellation of more than 900 flights at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, sparking school closures, and causing disruption to traffic and public transport. This timelapse video, shared by real estate broker Christina McNamee, shows heavy snow in the city’s Irving Park neighborhood. The National Weather Service said that by 12pm, 7.3 inches of snow was recorded at O’Hare Airport, and 6.7 inches at the National Weather Service’s station in Chicago. Nine inches of snow was reported in Belvedere, Boone County, north-west of Chicago, the National Weather Service said. Heavy snowfall was expected to continue into the late afternoon before easing off during evening hours. Credit: Christina B. McNamee via Storyful

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