A late winter storm is on the way tonight and early Wednesday and threatens eastern Iowa and the northern half of Illinois with snow.
After an official high of 58° Monday, highs today should make it into the upper-40s to help melt away more of the old snow.
Light rain developing this evening will quickly change over to light to moderate snow tonight and early Wednesday.
A "Winter Weather Advisory" goes into effect tonight through Wednesday morning south and east of the Quad Cities.
Here is how much snow is expected with the storm. Keep in mind that if the storm track shifts, the snow totals would shift also.
Right now, we're at 62.2" of snow this winter, which is just 7.5" shy of the snowiest winter on record in the Quad Cities.
CBS4 Meteorologist Anthony Peoples