CHICAGO -- The calendar may read March, but a snowstorm has much of the Upper Midwest looking like December.
A snowstorm that moved through parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota Monday is zeroing in on Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana, with the brunt of the storm expected to hit early Tuesday.
Up to 10 inches of snow could fall in the Chicago area, which would easily make this storm the area's largest of the season.
This storm could be particularly problematic for commuters. The National Weather Service says it could snow during both the morning and evening rush hours in Chicago. Emergency officials urge those who don't have to drive to keep their cars in the garage in favor of public transportation.