We’ll have some big weather changes the next few days, going from springlike weather to wintry weather in 24 hours. A southern storm system will bring rain and warm air to the region Thursday with .25″ to .50″ of rain possible and temperatures climbing into the 50s by late afternoon. Friday will be dry with near record warmth as temperatures reach into the mid 60s. A cold front moves through early Saturday morning and temperatures will fall to the mid 30s by late afternoon as moisture moves in from the southwest. Precipitation could start as rain but will change to sleet then snow as the air cools through the evening and overnight. There is a chance of freezing rain closer to the I-44 corridor Saturday night while measurable snow is possible north. We are closely watching this developing storm system and will have updates on precipitation types, amounts and timing as new data comes in. Please check back and watch ABC 17 Stormtrack weather for the latest information.
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