As expected band of light to moderate snow moving west to east through the region early this morning. Moderate snow falling at KFVS in downtown Cape right now. Given radar returns....would expect an inch or so of snow to fall in some areas with this....especially over So. Illinois. Farmington reported 1 inch earlier but it is now clearing in Farmington. Dry powdery snow but could make for slick travel. Looks like the southern end of the band will bring a dusting to W. Kentucky early this morning as well.
Otherwise a dry but chilly outlook for the next few days. Today will end up as mostly sunny and chilly....but not too breezy. Tonight and tomorrow look to be a bit colder....but then rebounding a bit and mainly sunny by Thursday afternoon.
Rain by week's end?
Still looking at a wet period from late Friday thru mid-day Saturday or so.... Models not in complete agreement but rain should be moving in by about sundown on Friday. Newest model data still pointing to it being warm enough by the onset that ice should not be a significant threat...at worst would change quickly to just rain Friday night with above freezing temps and southerly winds. Rain ends on Saturday...probably in the morning...but with upper level trough passing clouds and a few showers could possibly linger.....But by Sunday it will be dry and colder again..