Last Winter Storm of the Season? We Can Only Hope
Could this be winter's last stand? Probably not, but we can always hope.
The National Weather Service has Winter Weather Advisories posted for most of Northeast Missouri and Western Illinois Thursday morning through Friday morning.
Specifically, the advisory for Hancock County, Illinois and Clark County, Missouri runs from 9 a.m. Thursday till 6 a.m. Friday, with two to four inches of snow expected.
Also running from 9 a.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. Friday is an advisory for Adams County, Illinois and Knox, Lewis, Shelby, Marion, Monroe, Ralls and Audrain counties in Missouri. That advisory calls for two to five inches of snow.
Meanwhile, Brown and Pike counties in Illinois and Pike County, Missouri are under a Winter Weather Advisory from noon Thursday through 6 a.m. Friday, with two to three inches of snow forecast.
Everybody should expect slippery road conditions from Thursday evening into Friday morning.
Area counties outside the advisory area (Pike MO, Pike IL, Brown IL) can look for as much as three inches of snow by Friday morning.
Hannibal and Quincy should expect their snow to begin about 9 a.m. Thursday, with the best chance coming around midday and lasting until very early Friday morning.
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