Wintry Weather Update

Most of our northern Illinois Friends on Facebook say they have mostly seen light to moderate rain this morning. That was due to the over running of warm air from the warm front which is just south of us and that is why our temperatures stayed above freezing.

However, near-freezing to freezing temperatures created slick conditions in southern Wisconsin as freezing rain, sleet and snow fell through the early morning hours.  As we head further into the morning hours, rain will likely move into far southern Wisconsin, while light snow accumulation will be possible in the Madison area.

Rain chances will likely continue for northern Illinois throughout the morning hours with a rain/snow mixture developing by later this afternoon.  Minor accumulation is possible.  This wintry mix will finally end later this evening with clearing skies overnight.  This will cause our temperature to fall into the lower and mid 20s, which could create a few slick spots for early Saturday morning.  By Saturday afternoon, another warm front will slide to our north producing temperature in the mid 40s under mostly sunny skies.


Posted under rain, snow, weather, winter weather

This post was written by qni_it on December 30, 2011

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