The Stormtracker 18 Weather team will continue to keep you updated with the latest information. Some areas have a new coating of snow with some slick roads across Jo Daviess County especially.
Saturday morning: Expect rain and snow showers. However, since temperatures have fallen below freezing, we've made the changeover to all snow.
A spring storm is on its way to the Kawarthas later today (April 3), bringing significant rain and strong winds overnight and into Wednesday.
Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky are forecast to take the bring of the storm's wrath, DeWald said. St. Joseph has already broken its old record low temperature of 21 degrees set back in 1987. We will have a mix of sun and clouds on Friday with highs only in the 20s.
Thursday looks sunny but with a high of just 44 degrees in Providence.
This unsettled weather pattern, with chances of precipitation and below average temperatures will continue through the weekend.
Bitterly cold air, at least for April standards, will move into the Midwest Tuesday into Wednesday and reach the East Coast by Wednesday night.
This winter saw record-breaking snowfall in Castlegar, according to Fire Weather Forecaster Jesse Ellis.
The next disturbance approaches Friday morning and will spread a burst of snow over the region during the Friday morning commute. Cloudy, with a temperature falling to around 32 by 5 p.m. Breezy, with a west wind around 25 miles per hour. The west wind will blow at 11 to 14 miles per hour with gusts up to 28 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 90 percent.
Accumulations of 3 inches or more are possible north of M-46, including Muskegon, Cadillac and Mount Pleasant.