Quad Cities, Iowa/Illinois: Highway 30 Braces for 2 Inches of Snow into Wednesday


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Quad Cities, IL/IA – Residents along Highway 30 prepare as the National Weather Service issues a winter weather alert for the Quad Cities, forecasting up to 2 inches of snow. 

The sudden turn from today’s rain to a wintry mix highlights the area’s dramatic seasonal shifts. While today’s conditions remain windy with rain, a transition to snow is expected late in the day, with possible snow accumulation by Wednesday morning.

According to the National Weather Service Quad Cities, the region will see a drop in temperatures to the 30s and 40s, accompanied by strong north winds gusting over 25 mph today and more than 40 mph tonight. The combination of wind and snow could lead to reduced visibility and challenging travel conditions, particularly along Highway 30. 

Residents are advised to exercise caution while traveling and to keep abreast of the latest weather updates.


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