A blizzard one week followed by a tornado outbreak the next week. Typical Illinois weather mood swings am I right? Once again after a fairly quiet week, we may be facing another bigger weather maker over the weekend.
Overall temperatures will be seasonably cold, but not extreme. Friday morning appears to be the coldest morning with some parts in the north dipping down into the teens.
A weak disturbance moving through Thursday morning could bring some light snow accumulations across central Illinois. Another weekend system could bring more winter weather to the state. Right now this appears to be focusing on southern Illinois.
Early morning Thursday system bringing light snow to central Illinois and light rain showers south. We're not expecting any serious accumulation but some spots could pick up an inch or two.
Friday morning lows as predicted by the GFS
Here is a look at the weekend weather system. Right now it looks like it will bring a rain/snow mix to the southern half of Illinois. We'll be watching the track to iron out the details as the event progresses.
There is our week ahead, for whatever reason we seem to be stuck in a pattern loop where the bigger weather systems arrive on the weekends. Not sure if this is a good or bad thing!
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