Clean-up is under after the weekend snow left roads snowpacked and several vehicles in ditches. More snow is expected by week's end into Saturday. Forecasters are tracking a system that could hit central parts of Illinois, but it's too early to be sure. Most of central Illinois is digging out from the snow that fell Friday into Saturday.
Ten plus was recorded at WGFA Radio. Surrounding communities had six to nonches with a few areas collecting over 10 inches. Woodford and McLean Counties reported 10.6 and 11 plus inches. There were at least three areas of Woodford County with 13 inches. Chenoa , in McLean Conty, recorded 11.8. Cass and Menard Counties report 12.3 and 14.6 inches. Jacksonville had areas with 16 inches.
The NWS also says record amounts could be reported yet today after clean-up is wrapped up.
Early today, motorists were advised to slow it down as fog added to the problems of slippery roads.