Before I give the bad news of the weather situation in northern Illinois tonight, let me first say that we won’t see any more snow falling … but the snow we already have on the ground is about to cause major problems.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect this evening at 9 p.m.
Since we moved to Pecatonica a few months ago, I’ve been dreading this news. Driving in snow and ice always scares me, but now that I have to drive on rural roads to get to work my anxiety level is really increasing, and it looks like tomorrow morning will be my first winter driving experience in rural environment.
All local meteorologists agree that high winds will hit northern Illinois again later that night, but thanks to all the light snow we have on the ground, these high winds will affect travel conditions far more than it does. a few weeks ago.
Let’s start with what the National Weather Service in Chicago Is saying …
Single digit temperatures and high winds are never a fun thing to endure, but when blowing snow starts to cover roads already snowy and icy in places since our last winter lap, we have some very dangerous road conditions on our roads. hands.
Obviously, this weather will affect the rural and open areas of the Stateline more than the streets of Rockford, but everyone should probably schedule some extra driving time on your travels later that night and until tomorrow. Be careful!
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