As predicted, an upper level disturbance caused some snow overnight and this morning. Though, bursts of snow occurred across areas today, the disturbance was more impactful for counties off to our N/NW, near the Quad-Cities. This caused winter weather advisories to be issued early this morning just outside of our viewing area. In addition, breezy winds this morning prevented much of the snow from accumulating across open areas. Without a doubt, this helped the snow accumulations stay around an 1".
The upper level disturbance will linger across Central Illinois overnight, which brings the possibility for some sporadic flurries. Expect another cold, but slightly above average winter night.
Your work week will start off with overcast skies and temperatures near freezing point for Monday.
But don't let Monday's clouds fool you--the sunshine returns in the forecast this week!