The Regional Radio listening area is under a host of advisories and warnings thru Monday night.
The counties of DeWitt, Logan, McLean, Piatt, and Champaign are under a Winter Weather Advisory until midnight Monday night. The National Weather Service in Lincoln says that those counties are expected to receive 2 to 4 inches of snow before it ends Monday night.
Meanwhile, the counties of Macon, Sangamon, and Moultrie in the Regional Radio listening area, are under a Winter Storm Warning until midnight Monday. In those counties and counties to the south, the Weather Service says heavy snowfall is expected thru late Monday night, with 4 to 7 inches expected and locally higher amounts possible. Ice accumulations of a light glaze is also being predicted.
Thru-out the entire Regional Radio listening area, slippery road conditions can be expected with hazardous conditions for the morning and evening commute. Officials ask you to slow down and use caution when traveling. Keep an extra flash light, food, and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
Stay tuned to Regional Radio for the latest closings and cancellations. You can also find those, along with the latest Illinois highway conditions, by going to dewittdailynews-dot-com.