Snow will be likely over the next 24-36 hours, and for parts of the area this will be the biggest snowmaker we've seen so far this winter.
Snow will move through in two rounds. The first will be tonight which will feature lighter snow, and the second round will be during the second half of the day tomorrow and into tomorrow night. The majority of our snowfall will come during the second round.
Areas east of I-55 will see the most snow with totals as high as 5-10". Locations near I-55 and east of the Illinois River should see 4-8" total. This including Bloomington and Normal.
Areas along the Illinois River and just to the northwest will see 3-6". This includes Peoria. Totals will be less further northwest of that, including locations like Galesburg, and these areas will only see 2-4" total.
The hazardous conditions could impact the morning and evening commute.
Monday morning will be very cold once again--plan for wind chills as lows as -30°F. Be sure to dress in layers if heading outdoors and don't leave pets outside for extended periods of time. Dress for the weather--bundle-up in layers if you are heading outdoors and don't leave pets outside for extended periods of time.