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February 4, 10 PM Weather Forecast Update

Snow & sleet are in parts of the viewing area....main round is late Wednesday-Wednesday night-Thursday.

Posted: Feb 4, 2020 9:15 PM
Updated: Feb 4, 2020 9:56 PM

I have light sleet & snow (40% snow, 60% sleet) here at WLFI as of 9:20 p.m.

Temperature has dropped to 33 with north-northeast wind sustained at 19 mph.

A mix of snow, sleet, even a bit of freezing rain is possible into the overnight before tapering late.

It will continue to be windy from the north-northwest with winds gusting +30 mph at times.

0.1" or less of sleet/freezing rain is possible along with a few tenths of an inch of snow.

Although well less then 1" will dominate the area, it is possible in the band shown that a few isolated 1" to slightly more than 1" amounts occur.

Temperatures will drop to 24-27.

After a lull Wednesday morning through midday, snow & sleet should overspread the area after 4 p.m.

Road conditions will go downhill for the evening rush & beyond.

The entire viewing could go to all snow briefly, then sleet & freezing rain should overtake the snow in the southeast half to 2/3 of the viewing area.

Temperatures will run in the 20s to lower 30s.

Winds will be gusty from the northeast & east-northeast resulting in blowing & drifting.

There may be a break with a lack of much precipitation for a bit Thursday morning.

Then, snow should return with gusty north winds.

It will become more scattered late Thursday-Thursday night.

Band of 6-9" of snow is likely from Missouri to northeastern Illinois.

3-6" is likely in the northwestern half of the viewing area with 1-3" in the southeastern half.  In the southeastern half there will be much more in the way of sleet & freezing rain to chew away at the total.

Isolated flurries & snow showers are possible Friday, then snow showers Saturday.

Brisk winds will keep some blowing & drifting going off & on.

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