January 11, 9:30 PM Forecast Update

Snow getting ever closer.

Posted: Jan. 11, 2019 9:26 PM
Updated: Jan. 11, 2019 9:44 PM

Massive swath of snow extends from Colorado to Indiana & Kentucky.  This is a significant winter storm with 7-14" totals expected from near Kansas City to west-central Illinois.  Even Virginia & Maryland are expected to get 4-9" with glazing & sleet in some areas.

Leading edge of the snow is in central & southern Illinois.  Patch south of Champaign & Danville is virga or snow that is evaporating before it hits the ground.

Leading edge may make it to the Vermillion/Fountain line around 11 p.m.  Most of the snow will overspread the area after midnight.

It has been greatly affecting the St. Louis area already!

Courtesy KMOV CBS 4 St. Louis:

Edwardsville, Illinois:

Road conditions continue to deteoriate in central & southern Illinois (image courtesy of ILDOT).  I have circled our viewing area on the map.

3-8" of snow is still expected with lowest amounts in the far north & highest amounts in the far south.

Gusts 25-28 mph from the east-northeast to northeast tomorrow afternoon to night & to Sunday morning.

Here is the progression of the storm now to Sunday night.

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