The snow arrived and temperatures dropped.

We’ve kept you updated all day on with photos, videos and more, but we now turn it over to Fox 18 News at 9 and Local 4 News at 10.

Get the latest forecast and weather updates in the video above and at Check the traffic cameras, power outages and winter driving maps at any time at

We’ve also compiled snow emergencies, warming centers, tips to stay safe and talked to the experts on travel and pets. Linda Cook even offers a selection of perfect movies for a snow day.

9:02 p.m. update

Local 4’s Andy McCray has your forecast and Matt Holderman braves the elements to show you how fast your body temperature can drop in cold weather.

9:01 p.m. update

8:46 p.m. update

8:01 p.m. update

It’s been a day. Just ask him.

7 p.m. update

From 29 degrees at 4 a.m. to “feels like” 31-below at 7 p.m.

5:50 p.m. update

Local 4’s Matt Holderman picked a good spot for a live shot: Behind a snow plow.

But Local 4’s Trae Harris found an even better one: He was inside the snow plow for a ridealong.

5:09 p.m. update

The good news? The wind is blowing some snow off of rural roads in Scott County.

5:07 p.m. update

Snow emergencies are important to make way on the roads for plows, but can be tough on stores due to the lack of parking.

5:01 p.m. update

4:13 p.m. update

Andy McCray had your latest forecast on Local 4 News at 4. But… does that 7-day forecast say 50 degrees next Thursday?!

4:04 p.m. update

Thank a snow plow driver today.

4 p.m. temperatures

3:23 p.m. radar

3:19 p.m. update

A look at the I-74 bridges. Check the traffic cameras and winter driving maps at any time at

3:15 p.m. temperatures

2:38 p.m. update

Some chickens on Campbell’s Island getting fed during a blizzard.

1:54 p.m. update

Dashing through the snow, behind the one plow opening lanes.

1:17 p.m. update

The view of the Centennial Bridge from our Rock Island tower.

1:14 p.m. radar

1 p.m. update

Local 4 anchor Sierra Searcy traveled ahead of the storm from Rock Island to Chicago after Local 4 News This Morning.

12:55 p.m. update

Local 4 Chief Meteorologist Andy McCray tweeted: “We’ve just gone from cold to super cold. It’s now -2F and Light Snow/Wind.”

12:35 p.m. update

12:09 p.m. update

Don’t forget to bring your animals in from the cold. This neighbor squirrel prefers the tree, conveniently jumping from the snow to the camouflage as we started rolling.

11:40 a.m. update

The early morning flights departed as scheduled from the Quad Cities International Airport.

11:08 a.m. update

Iowa… or North Dakota? Local 4 Sports Anchor Nick Couzin can’t be certain.

10:59 a.m. update

A snowy view of the Mississippi River from Campbell’s Island.

(Sharon Wren,

10:21 a.m. update

Local 4 meteorologist Tyler Ryan wants to know what it looks like where you’re at.

9:13 a.m. update

9:10 a.m. update

Snow has arrived. And it’s getting colder.

8:53 a.m. radar

8:04 a.m. radar

8 a.m. temperatures

7 a.m. update

Watch Tyler Ryan’s latest forecast in the video above and anytime at

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6 a.m. in Rock Island

Downtown Rock Island around 6 a.m. on December 22, 2022.

4:01 a.m. temperatures


Snow is just getting started

Don’t be out in the cold too long

Blizzard warning issued for north and west of QC

Cities declare snow emergencies

Blizzard warning issued for parts of the QCA

Cities declare snow emergencies

Aquí está el tiempo – en Español 

Storm games canceled by storm

DANGEROUS wind chills heading right for Quad Cities

Tormenta de invierno – en Español

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Winter storm to bring snow, dangerous cold, strong winds

Holiday travel plans impacted by winter storm

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Wind gusts could create power challenges

‘Last-minute’ shop earlier due to storm

Quad Cities Blizzard possible before Christmas

Winter Storm WATCH issued for Quad Cities

Tracking our first winter storm of the season

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