Time lapse footage shows a car navigating through snowy streets following a post-Thanksgiving winter storm that brought whiteout conditions to parts of Illinois.

The storm roared through the region from Chicago to Kansas. Some areas near Chicago were hit with a foot of snow, and the National Weather Service warned that totals could top out at 18 inches in some places.

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