After yesterday's high in the 60s it seems about right that the Quad Cities should see some snow tonight.

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According to the US National Weather Service in the Quad Cities we should see some snow tonight, Dec. 11 between 6 - 9 pm.

Rain will slowly change to snow this afternoon north of and along Highway 20.

WQAD is reporting the Quad Cities area could see around 2" of snowfall by Saturday morning with the heaviest snowfall staying north of us near the US-20 corridor.

3-6" accumulations are likely for the Waterloo and Madison, WI. Be aware of slick spots on the road after a day's worth of rain in the Quad Cities. It seems when we don't see snow in awhile, people tend to forget how to drive in it.

Winter weather is expected from later this afternoon into Saturday morning. Rain is forecast to spread into southern and...

Posted by US National Weather Service Des Moines Iowa on Friday, December 11, 2020

Now might be a good time to download the Iowa DOT 511 app which keeps you updated on current winter road conditions.

You might need this later today. Download the Iowa 511 app or log on to www.511ia.org for the latest travel conditions.

Posted by Iowa Department of Transportation on Friday, December 11, 2020

Stay safe out there, Quad Cites. Remember to keep a blanket, flashlight, bottled water and energy bars in your car as precautions.

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