ROCKFORD, Ill (WIFR) — The 23 Storm Team has been bustling tracking a initial winter charge of a deteriorate that is streamer directly for The Stateline. Not usually is this complement approaching to pierce complicated adhering snow, it will also impact a Thanksgiving finish transport rush.
A Winter Storm Warning has been released by The National Weather Service for Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Winnebago, Boone, and DeKalb counties from 6 a.m. Sunday to 12 a.m. midnight Monday. Rock and Walworth counties in Wisconsin are underneath a Winter Storm Warning from 9 a.m. Sunday to 12 a.m. midnight Monday. Stephenson, Carroll, Jo Daviess, and Whiteside counties are also underneath a Winter Storm Warning from 3 a.m. Sunday to 12 a.m. midnight Monday. In addition, Green County in Wisconsin is underneath a Winter Weather Advisory from 9 a.m. Sunday to 12 a.m. midnight Monday.
Even yet many of a continue models have come into agreement on many terms, there is still a good volume of doubt when it comes to sleet totals from this system. For a infancy of a Stateline, a decent 6-8″ of sleet is expected to tumble from only easterly of Freeport, by Rockford and Winnebago County, going south. This same accumulation cut-off extends as distant easterly as a Northern Suburbs in Chicagoland. However around here, some places could locally see closer to 10″ of snow, generally a some-more south and west we go from Rockford.
Many places to a south and west of Rockford are looking to locate a aloft finish of this system, removing tighten to a feet of sleet in some spots nearby a Quad Cities area.
TIMING SUMMARY: A rain/snow brew will start to tumble around a hours of morning on Sunday. As a morning progresses and we get closer to a lunch-time hour, it will gradually spin to all snow. The sleet will tumble via a afternoon and dusk hours, with a heaviest snows descending in a mid-afternoon hours. The complement will pierce out overnight tomorrow evening.
TOMORROW MORNING: Rain/Snow brew creates approach for a Stateline with temperatures solemnly commencement to dump from a midst 30’s.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON: The brew will gradually change over to sleet in a afternoon hours. Winds will also collect up, gusting between 25 and 40 miles per hour during times. Because of this, transport impacts are certain for those holiday travelers. Slick spots, snow-covered roads, and low prominence turn are all probable here.
TOMORROW NIGHT: The complicated layer continues, gradually relocating out during a early partial of a overnight hours going into Monday. In addition,the multiple of complicated soppy sleet adhering to power-lines and trees could outcome in some energy outages.
After a sleet moves out, be prepared for a heat dump into a 20’s for a subsequent few days following a winter storm.