The winter Storm Warning is in effect for the Quad Cities now through 6pm Sunday. Sleet and freezing rain have been reported this evening and some roads are already icy. The precipitation will change over to all snow later this evening and the snow will be heavy at times late tonight. With winds gusting up to 30 mph Sunday travel will be very dangerous through Sunday afternoon.
Snow totals will range from 4-7 inches across the Quad Cities metro area, with heavier totals to the West. SE of the Quad Cities totals will be lighter, due to more sleet and freezing rain mixing in. We'll have updates right here on our website, on Ten at 10 on CBS4 and on our weather blog throughout the storm.
Remember, travel will be dangerous all across the area tonight and should be avoided if possible!
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