(KFVS) - Good Friday morning. It is January 5.
First Alert Forecast
It is not as cold this morning as it has been but a couple flurries are possible in southern Illinois. Temperatures are in the teens and highs today will mainly be in the 20's. Areas near Poplar Bluff may break the freezing mark.
A system this weekend looks a little more interesting, however. It is looking rather likely that parts of the Heartland will see freezing rain and sleet by the late morning/afternoon hours on Sunday. Expect a light icing in some areas. Slightly warmer air should push in by the evening/overnight. Which will change most of the precipitation to rain.
Highs will reach near 50 on Wednesday.
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