Tomorrow will be another cloudy and mild day, but expect rain chances to increase after lunchtime as a cold front approaches the area.
As colder air moves in behind this front, we'll see temperatures drop below 32 degrees and this will allow for a change to snow.
Light snow is expected to continue at times tomorrow night and into Friday.
Our recent mild weather has allowed pavement temperatures to increase, but soil temperatures will remain near freezing which means that most of our snow accumulation will be on grassy surfaces.
Overall, I don't expect too much snow as areas from Galesburg to Minonk to just south of Pontiac will only see upward of an inch, at the most up to two.
Areas north of this line should see at least an inch of snow, but could see as high as 2-3".
Some additional light snow may be possible this weekend, especially Saturday morning and then again on Sunday.
We'll continue to keep an eye on any new forecast data and update with the latest!