More Accumulating Snow This Weekend

All winter weather advisories and warnings have been allowed to expire now that significant snowfall has moved out of the region.

We are not done with the snowfall yet, however with light snow expected to move in just after midnight tonight. Accumulations will be on the order of 1-3″ with higher totals to the south.

Snow will come to an end by Saturday morning around 9am followed by cloudy conditions for the remainder of the day.

Another area of light snow moves in once again Saturday night into Sunday morning with another 1-3″ possible.

With each period of light snow expect reduced visibility and slick roads. Leave extra time to reach your destination if you are traveling during these time periods.

Andrew Stutzke was born and raised in beautiful Sterling, Illinois. As a young child, he was continually fascinated by the weather, especially thunderstorms. Often times he could be found glued to the television watching The Weather Channel. Upon entering high school it was clear what his area of study would be once he started college. After graduating from Sterling High School in 2004, he attended Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Illinois where he received his Associate of Science degree in 2010. In 2016 he received his B.S. in Meteorology from Northern Illinois University.

Andrew is currently the Friday and Saturday evening meteorologist at WIFR-TV in Rockford, IL.

In his spare time, Andrew enjoys listening to the latest Alt-Rock and Indie music, storm spotting, walking the many paths around the area, and spending time with family.