Snow Tuesday Night Into Wednesday

Snow chances follow about every 36 hours this week
Published: Jan. 24, 2023 at 9:14 AM CST|Updated: Jan. 24, 2023 at 8:15 PM CST
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QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) -- YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:

***FIRST ALERT DAY: 1″-4″+ INCHES OF SNOW TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY***

Cloudy skies will result in snowfall overnight into Wednesday. As accumulations across most of the QCA will range from 1 to 4 inches, there are areas

into West Central Illinois that could receive a range of 3 to 5 inches. Snow will begin after midnight with accumulations by morning already hitting 1 to 3 inches

resulting in the potential for slick roads, especially untreated roads and elevated roads and bridges. As the snow tapers to flurries in the afternoon

we’ll have light wind, cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. Thursday we get a break from snow with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 20s. By

Friday we could get another round of snow showers with light accumulations possible and Saturday more snow could fall. Sunday and Monday we could get

a break from the snow before more snow showers arrive Tuesday. As far as temperatures go we’ll see a notable drop into next week. Highs Friday will hit

the mid 30s and then drop to the mid 20s Saturday. Sunday and Monday highs will likely only be in the teens with single digit lows. Tuesday another round

of snow could fall and highs will struggle back to the 20s.

TONIGHT: CLOUDY. SNOW DEVELOPS AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOW: 29°. WIND: E - 5

WEDNESDAY: CLOUDY. OCCASIONAL SNOW SHOWERS. 1″-4″+. HIGH: 34°. WIND: NE/NW 5-10

THURDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY & COLDER. HIGH: 28°

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