After Tuesday night’s snow, another, stronger burst of winter is on the way for the QCA.
Accumulating snow will start up Thursday evening, lasting into early Friday morning.
A Winter Storm Warning takes effect at 4:00 PM today in southeast Iowa, where the snow will arrive first, and lasts until 10:00 AM tomorrow in Illinois.
The heaviest snow will accumulate south of the Quad Cities, where at least 4″ is likely, with even higher amounts very possible.
This snow will be wet & heavy, which could cause problems for tree branches and power lines. Winds won’t be terribly gusty, but there should be enough snow & slush early Friday to cause some treacherous travel, especially south of I-80.
Temperatures will finally head back into the 50s to near 60° this weekend, so this snow won’t be around long.