Sunday, February 10, 2019
Wintry Weather Returns Monday Night
Following a few light snow showers Sunday afternoon, most of Sunday night is expected to remain dry. There may be some patchy freezing drizzle during the evening, and then again early Monday morning as a little more warm air and moisture move northward ahead of the approaching storm system.
This isn't going to be a major snow event but it'll likely have impacts to both the Monday evening and Tuesday morning commute. Snow to liquid ratios, or how much moisture the snow has, will be low with this storm system. An average snow to
As for snow totals, area wide we should see anywhere from three to six inches, with locations near the Wisconsin/Illinois border and far northwest Illinois closer to the higher end. Snow showers will continue into Tuesday as low pressure passes just to the south. Northwest winds will increase Tuesday, gusting close to 40 mph during the afternoon. Most of the snow should be coming to an end by Tuesday evening.