Central and southeastern Illinois received two to three inches of snowfall over the weekend as a storm system pushed through the area, while heavier amounts of four inches were reported in the west central part of the state. Patrick Bak, Meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Lincoln told Regional Radio News that another system will arrive late tonight into early Tuesday morning, bringing with it more precipitation, but in lesser amounts.
Bak added that Friday will be the warmest day of the week as the high could be in the 60’s. He also noted the chances of a significant snow event for the next two weeks are low due to above average temperatures.
More information can be found at weather.gov/lincoln.