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Afternoon Storm Track 8 Forecast…
Mar 23, 2023
Meteorologists are warning of a rain and snow event that is still on track to develop Friday night, bringing some wintry precipitation to parts of the Midwest.
According to Chief Meteorologist James, a conveyor belt of more clouds is moving through the region, carrying another area of low pressure that will produce rain and snow for some towns by late Friday night and going into Saturday morning.
The weather conditions leading up to the event will be mostly to partly cloudy with cold temperatures dropping around the freezing mark of 32 degrees tonight.
Tomorrow, temperatures are expected to rise a bit with highs around 50 degrees or a few degrees warmer than that, before the next system arrives.
The system will bring rain and snow, starting at around 6:30 p.m.
along the I-80 Corridor and expanding northward during the night.
Although there is a good amount of rain expected ahead of the snow, accumulation will likely be limited due to the rain, with only a probability of one inch of snowfall and most of it north of Route 30.
Travelers on Saturday morning should be fine, with little accumulation expected on grassy and elevated surfaces.
However, temperatures will remain chilly in the 40s for both Saturday and Sunday, with another light rain and snow mix possible on Sunday evening.
The forecast for Monday and Tuesday is also in the 40s, before a nice bump in numbers later in the next week, with highs expected around the mid-50s.
For more weather information, people can visit the website wqad.com.