about two years ago by Jim Taylor, RFD Radio Network
The winter winds have been blowing in much of Illinois, but snow hasn’t been flying. That’s due to atmospheric conditions says RFD Radio Network meteorologist Dan Hicks with Freese-Notis Weather.
Hicks says heavy snowfall in the near term is only going to occur around the Great Lakes. He says temperatures are expected be warmer in the 6-10 day outlook, but weather could be more active after that.