Just under 5 inches recorded at 94.1 WGFA
Snowfall pushed across central-Illinois Monday afternoon and last night. Amounts range from about 3.5 to 5.5 in most of the WGFA-listening area. Just under fives inches (4.9) was recorded at WGFA, north of Watseka.
The amounts tapered off heading south. There may be lingering show flurries yet this morning. An artic high pressure ridge is next. Dangerous cold and wind chills will be in affect through Thursday.
The snowfall amounts are in the 2 inch range in the Chicago suburbs. About 3 to 4 inches heading down toward kankakee County, then 4 plus to 5.5 and even six inches in parts of Iroquois, Livingston and McLean counties.