QUAD CITIES, IA/IL- FIRST ALERT DAY in effect for moderate to heavy snow in our central counties until 8 PM.
A band of moderate to heavy snow continues to work its way east across the region, making for slippery roads and areas of reduced visibility. These hazardous conditions will most certainly impact the Monday evening commute. Snow accumulations could range from 13 to as much as 33+, especially along the Interstate 80 corridor. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Cedar, Clinton, Jackson, Johnson, Jones and Scott counties in Iowa, and Bureau, Carroll, Henry, Rock Island and Whiteside counties in Illinois until 8 PM. Highs should reach the single digits to lower teens, with wind chills down to 10 below zero. Were back below zero for many locations this evening as snow comes to an end. Expect gradual clearing overnight. Sunshine returns to the region Tuesday (but not much warmth). Highs will only reach the lower teens. Well see snow chances again Wednesday and Thursday, with readings back in the single digits by the end of the week.
TODAY: Cloudy and cold with another round of moderate to heavy snow continuing this afternoon. High: 9. Wind: N 5-10 mph. Wind chill: 0 to -10.
TONIGHT: Evening snow ending, followed by gradual clearing. Low: -3. Wind: N 5-10 mph. Wind chill: to -15.
TUESDAY: Cold sunshine. High: 12. Wind chill: to -10.
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