Warmer temps and high winds Friday will give way to frigid conditions by Sunday, and the Pec River is under a flood advisory.
Temperatures are expected to hover around 40 for the next two days. Partly sunny skies are in store Saturday with freezing temps overnight.
Mild accumulations of snow are expected Sunday night into Monday morning as a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued.
Rain and rapidly falling temperatures will lead to icy conditions Thursday night, as a Winter Weather Advisory has been called for most of northern Illinois.
An icy mix of rain and snow was forecasted to result in around 1-inch of accumulation in the Rockford area Sunday night and Monday morning.
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