It was one year ago today.
The City of Wheaton had 17 plows and 12 other pieces of removal equipment in operation throughout the city clearing snow last year, when more than a foot of snow hit the streets in Wheaton, IL. Main roads were the top priority for snow removal crews this year—and it's probably the same case for a potential snowstorm on the horizon this winter—the one that's been downright springy. We have nothing to worry about, at this point. Apparently Friday will be foggy and in the 40s until noon and after that, who knows? The National Weather Service predicts a 20 percent chance of precipitation before a cloudy, 31-degree Saturday. Looks like we're in decent shape, Wheaton.