February is already off to an interesting start.
We had a near record high of 57° yesterday in the Quad Cities, thunderstorms overnight into Tuesday morning with vivid lightning and some small hail, and now some snow is on the way.
As the wet weather comes to an end Tuesday morning and temperatures crash Tuesday afternoon, a disturbance moving out of the Plains will bring a band of light snow to the area Wednesday.
The snow could start late Tuesday night with the best chances of seeing accumulation across our southern hometowns. They could pick up an inch or so.
In the Quad Cities, we might get around one-half inch.
Northern hometowns will only see a few flurries — if anything.
After a couple of colder days Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the upper-20s, we warm to near 50° again Friday and Saturday.