UPDATE: Winter storm latest and accumulations

Here’s a breakdown of the winter weather and the latest snow totals:

Expect snowfall to taper off overnight. Snowfall totals have ranged from near 5″, all the way to over 13″ in isolated spots. For the latest live radar image, head to the weather page of the website, where you can track the snow in real-time.


Snowfall Accumulation Reports as of 12:00 a.m./Midnight Sunday:

Peoria: 10″
Normal: 9.9″
Bloomington: 9″
Macomb: 13.5″
Mason City: 12.5″
Havana: 12″
Canton: 10.9″
Farmington: 10.8″
Pekin: 10.5″
East Peoria: 10″
Washington: 10″
Dillon: 10″
Eureka: 10″
Germantown Hills: 10″
Glasford: 10″
Kingston Mines: 10″
Lincoln: 9.5″
Pontiac: 9.3″
Spring Bay: 9.1″
Chillicothe: 9″
Hanna City: 9″
Avon: 8″
Galva: 8″
Heyworth: 8″
Shirley: 7.5″
Forest City: 7.5″
Kewanee: 7″
Galesburg: 6.8″
La Salle: 5.4″


Winter Weather Alerts:

Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Peoria, Tazewell, McLean, Fulton, Woodford, Mason, Logan, and Knox Counties until 4:00 a.m Sunday morning.

Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for northern counties until 3:00 a.m Sunday.



Light snow will gradually taper off overnight; however, some may linger through early morning in isolated areas. While it will be breezy, luckily, we aren’t dealing with strong enough winds to create a drifting snow hazard. Lows Sunday morning will reach the mid 20s. Wind chills will be in the lower teens at times. We’ll see breezy conditions through Sunday, with clouds lingering and highs near freezing, and wind chills in the 20s.


Travel Forecast:

Hazardous road conditions are possible into Sunday morning. If you can stay off the roads try to as much as possible.

The photo below is a snapshot of our I-74/Sterling I-DOT cam at approximately Midnight.

Road conditions won’t really improve until the morning hours as crews are still getting a handle on them, especially the lesser travelled roads. Road conditions should greatly improve by Sunday; however, even the morning commute could be sketchy. If you can STAY HOME and off the roads DO SO. There have been numerous reports of accidents all across the area.


Stay Informed

Be safe and stay up to date on air and online, especially on social media. Be sure to follow Meteorologist Jesse Guinn on Facebook here, or on Twitter at the link here.

Closings and delays are updated on WEEK.com and at the bottom of your TV screen on WEEK.

You can follow live road conditions using this link: https://www.gettingaroundillinois.com/winterconditions/
And by turning on the “Road Weather” layer on your 25 Weather Tracker Mobile App! (It’s handy!)

– 25 Weather Team

Nick Jansen

Nick Jansen

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