The National Weather Service in Lincoln has revised its freezing rain advisory for the Regional Radio listening area, to now go through noon on Sunday.
A break in precipitation through much of the night will be followed by freezing rain and a wintry mix of precipitation spreading northward Sunday through Sunday night. Light additional ice accumulations are likely, along with some sleet and snow. Southern areas will transition to mainly rain Sunday afternoon and Sunday night. Temperatures will quickly warm above freezing in central IL on Monday, as highs reach well into the 40s and low 50s.
While a significant ice storm is not anticipated this weekend, it doesn't take much ice to create hazardous travel conditions. Use extreme caution if you must venture out during icy conditions this weekend.