ILLINOIS (WAND)- A deepening trough Friday Night, could bring the possibility of snow accumulation across parts of Central Illinois, as well as freezing temperatures. A few showers could kick-start the even late Friday afternoon, but as temperatures drop, rain will transition into snow.  

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Heaviest snow totals remain further to the west, but West Central Illinois could receive between 1-3", with the 3” mark be the extreme for some. The further east/northeast you go, the less likely you are to see accumulation.  

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Recent model trends have shown the Low pressure focusing more towards Central/Western Missouri. If this trend continues, we could see snow accumulation totals decrease over the next few hours.  

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Our Stormcenter Meteorologists will continue to track this system and update you when more information comes out.

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