(5:45AM - 2/7/20) A weak and fast moving disturbance is expected to push through the region today into Saturday, with minor snowfall accumulation likely across the state during this time.
Model guidance continues to be in full agreement regarding this event, thus no changes are needed from the previous forecast.
A weak and fast moving disturbance will move through the region, today into Saturday. Along with it will come the chance for scattered snow showers or light snow, this afternoon through Saturday morning. Snow will enter Northwest and Western Illinois this afternoon, then quickly spread across much of the state through this evening and tonight, before ending from west to east across the state late tonight into Saturday morning. This will be a minor/nuisance snow, with only minor snowfall accumulation of a trace to a dusting likely across the state, with the best chance to this minor accumulation being across the hear of the state, where isolated totals closer to 1" are possible for a few areas in Central Illinois.
Below is the TAM snowfall forecast for this event.
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