The snow continues to fall over the Tri-state tonight. Radar starts to collect a few pauses in the snow for the western counties, but snow can still appear under the radar beam. Several areas have reported at least 8 inches. A lot of reports have areas on or over a foot of snow. The big snow costs will increase the further south you go. Law enforcement asks you to stay home and away from the roads!
Snow count so far (These sums may be slightly higher due to snow still occurring):
- 9.5 "- Donnellson, IA
- 11.5" – Quincy (Downtown)
- 10 "- La Grange , MO
- 10 "- Carthage, IL
- 10.5 "- Ft. Madison, IA  – Camp Point, IL 13 "- Keokuk, IA [1365" 13.5 "- Lewistown, MO.  Macomb, IL
- – Hannibal, MO  14 "- Griggsville, IL
- 14" – Mt. Sterling
- 16 "- Pittsfield, IL
Additional snowfall will lie about 2 to 5 inches in the evening and overnight, and expect higher amounts for the Southeast counties. Today, which allows for more snow than originally expected, as the system slowly turns east, the snow intensity will fall overnight, looking at snow that comes to an end northwest to the southeast all morning. get around at noon to the southeastern counties.
Tonight : Snow with lows in the middle of the 20s. ]] Sunday : Possibility of snow mainly in the morning Height in the low 30s and downs in the 20s
Monday: Partly cloudy to partly sunny. 39; ern and decline in the mid 20's.
Tuesday : Partly cloudy to partly sunny gt. Start to see something slender with heights in the top 30's and down in the mid 30's.
Here is an overview of all the advice and warnings in force:
Winter Storm Warning for Scott, Schuyler, Pike IL, Ralls, Monroe, Adams, Brown, Shelby, Lewis , Knox, Marion counties until 8 pm 6 Sunday.