Freezing rain should overspread the entire viewing area in the 5:30-8 a.m. time frame tomorrow morning. Some sleet is possible.
This should change to all rain early afternoon.
0.10-0.25" glaze on trees, powerlines, cars, etc. & secondary roads to bridges & overpasses is likely. Some data is suggesting up to 0.50" glaze in Newton & Jasper counties, back through north-central Illinois. If it appears this will indeed occur then Newton & Jasper may be upgraded to Ice Storm Warning.
East to southeast winds may gust 30-40 mph at times with sustained winds of 14-22 mph with frequent gusts to 30 mph.
Given the ice, this may lead to a few downed limbs & also isolated power outages.
Temperatures of 28-31 will rise to 35-40 by late afternoon. Highs may reach 36-45 Saturday evening.
Rain should change to sleet, then snow in our northwestern counties Saturday evening-early night. Along & northwest of a Fowler to Monticello to Rochester line 1" or less of accumulation is possible.
Temperatures will fall to 28-36 in the late evening-early night with the wind turning to the northwest with gusts to 35 mph.
A period of snow is possible Saturday evening-night.
1" or less of accumulation is possible. A pocket of 1-3" cannot completely be ruled out. We will monitor.
After 30s Saturday, lows of 28-30 are likely Saturday night.
With lots of clouds highs in the 30s to 40 are likely Sunday.
Monday & Tuesday look dry with 40s, followed by rain Wednesday ending as brief snow with highs in the 40s to 50s falling to the 30s.