Winter Storm WARNING expanded, in effect until 9 p.m.

Your Tri State Snow

Your Tri State Snow

This is the largest single day January snow we've seen, in Indianapolis, since the snowstorm of 2014. This would be mainly near I-64 and that snow that falls will have to overcome wet roads to stick.

Thursday will start partly cloudy and end mostly cloudy with highs in the low 30s.

Updated 9:30 a.m. Sunday: The National Weather Service has cancelled the winter weather advisory previously in effect for parts of central and southeastern Virginia, including Williamsburg.

Heavy snow will spread from the south over much of northeastern IL and northwest Indiana Saturday morning and continue into the afternoon and overnight hours, ending from the west after midnight. As temperatures drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s overnight, rain will transition into snow as we head into Monday. Total snow accumulations of 5-8 inches in the immediate Quad Cities will be likely, with higher amounts to the south towards Monmouth, Galesburg, Mount Pleasant, and Burlington, where 6 to12 inches will be possible with isolated higher amounts.

Durham, Orange and Chatham counties are under the advisory, although little snow is expected to accumulate. Highs on Monday are only expected to reach into the lower 30s.