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Several inches of wet snow expected over parts
of central Illinois today    
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[NOV. 24, 2004]  A storm system over Arkansas will move northeast toward the Ohio River Valley today (Wednesday). This storm system will initially bring rain to central Illinois this morning, with a changeover to wet snow toward midday as colder air is drawn into the storm system. Current indications suggest a narrow band of wet snow will accumulate from 3 to 6 inches by this evening, roughly along and west of a Springfield-to-Clinton line. The storm system will quickly push off to the northeast by tonight, with blustery and cold conditions to follow for Thanksgiving Day.

A snow advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday for the counties of DeWitt, Logan, McLean, Menard and Sangamon, including the cities of Bloomington, Lincoln and Springfield.

Rain will change to snow around noon, with snowfall amounts between 4 and 6 inches by sunset. The heaviest snowfall is expected between 1 and 3 p.m.

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A snow advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. for the counties of Cass, Fulton, Knox, Marshall, Mason, Morgan, Peoria, Schuyler, Scott, Stark, Tazewell and Woodford, including the cities of Galesburg, Havana, Jacksonville and Peoria.

Rain will change over to snow by noon, with snowfall amounts between 3 and 5 inches along and north of the Illinois River. Expect 4 to 6 inches of snow between the Illinois River and Interstate 55. The heaviest snowfall will be between noon and 2 p.m.

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A snow advisory is issued when light snow is expected to develop, but only enough to cause minor inconveniences such as travel delays. No severe winter weather is expected at this time.

Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio and other local media for further details or updates.

[4:04 a.m. news release]

 

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