And that's why the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the Quad Cities. the watch covers the time from Thursday at 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. Friday.
"Highest snow totals will be for our southern sections under the winter storm watch with 5-6" expected. Some airlines preemptively canceled or delayed flights on Tuesday in preparation the conditions Winter Storm Liam would bring.More news: Julian Assange fails in attempt to have British arrest warrant dropped
We get a little breather from the snow on Wednesday night and Thursday, but it's not long before the next round of winter weather arrives across southeast MI.
Areas to the north of Clinton, Centre and Lycoming counties could get a foot of snow, as forecasters say the heaviest snow is likely to fall from northern and central Pennsylvania to northern New England.More news: Polish president to signal controversial Holocaust invoice…
Snow will begin to develop over northern parts of the state on Wednesday night. "Significant reductions in visibility are possible", the NWS said. Along the immediate coast, freezing rain will mix with snow.
A few snow showers will continue this morning with warmer temperatures reaching the low-mid 20s this afternoon. Thursday night as the system moves out of the region and weakens. The latest road conditions for the state you are calling from can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.More news: Budget session: We are sensitive to demands of Andhra MPs, says Centre
Travel could become almost impossible at times due to the amount of snow coming down, along with the potential for icing farther west near I-15.