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Peoria, Ill. (WMBD) – The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather Advisories for much of Central Illinois through 6 am Thursday as another storm brings snow to the region.

Snowfall Reports

So far the forecast is going about as expected with most locations measuring 2-3 inches of snow so far. Here are the snowfall reports we’ve received so far…

Pekin – 4.5″
Chatsworth – 4.5″
5 Miles NWS of Peoria – 4.0″
Downs – 4.0″
Normal – 3.8″
Peoria – 3.7″ (Official Observation)
Germantown Hills – 3.7″
Peoria Heights – 3.5″
Hanna City – 3.5″
Altona – 3.5″
Lincoln – 3.5″
Avon – 3.5″
Eureka – 3.3″
Galesburg – 3.3″
Abingdon – 3.0″
Astoria – 3.0″
Carlock – 3.0″
Williamsfield – 3.0″
Pekin – 3.0″
Morton – 3.0″
South Pekin – 2.9″
Bloomington – 2.8″
Hudson – 2.5″
Manito – 2.5″
Deer Creek – 2.3″
Goodfield – 2.0″
Princeton – 2.0″
Lawn Ridge – 2.0″
Canton – 2.0″
Shirley – 1.9″
Geneseo – 1.8″
Atlanta – 1.5″
Henry – 1.5″

Snowfall Forecast- Storm Total

The heaviest snow has moved east of the region but light snow will continue overnight with an additional 1-2 inches of snow expected through sunrise Thursday. This will bring storm total accumulations to 3-5 inches across the region.

Once the snow moves through, an Arctic font will bring bitter cold temperatures to the region Thursday. High temperatures will peak in the lower 20s Thursday morning and will fall throughout the day, reaching the single digits by late afternoon. Wind chill values will be near to below zero for much of the day as wind speeds increase to 10-20 mph behind the front. Thursday night, temperatures will fall below zero with wind chill values in the negative teens.

If you plan on traveling on Wednesday and Thursday, continue to monitor the forecast over the next few days. Be sure to download our new CiProud 2 Go Weather App to keep up with the latest conditions and forecast!

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