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ROCKFORD (WREX) — The chance for snowfall is not over in the Stateline just yet. Another inch or two of snow is possible through Sunday, but a drier, but cool week could take over next week.
Snow covered Sunday:
A disturbance This chance for snow will start up well before sunrise and start out light, but the intensity will pick up during the early morning. Early risers will need to be extra cautious due to covered roadways.
The showers, while steady, look to stay light throughout the day. We may pick up to 1" of snow in total Sunday. However, south of Interstate 88 could see up to 2" of snowfall. This will be very roadways may present the most challenge.
There will be a light dusting of snow otherwise in the Stateline. Take it easy while driving and definitely adjust the time needed to get to any Sunday plans.
Temperatures will remain on the cooler side to end the weekend. Sunday Highs will only rise toward the upper 20's and low 30's Sunday afternoon. Overnight lows will only fall into the middle '20s if cloud cover remains in place. However, a few spots may get lower if enough cloud cover exists.
Hello to dry and quiet weather:
Monday will be the first opportunity to keep mostly dry conditions after days of snowfall chances. Martin Luther King Jr. Day will start a pattern toward a drier and sunnier stretch. Temperatures on the other hand will rise and fall.
Monday continues the cooling trend as temperatures drop into the upper 20's. This will be due to cloud cover hanging around through most of the day. Tuesday gets even chiller will highs only reaching into the lower 20's. After that, we rise back to the middle '30s toward the end of next week.
Next weekend may get extra chilly from there. The low 20's are possible for daytime temperatures starting next Friday.