Two to four inches of snow are possible here, with more on higher elevations. However, the rate of falling rain and the dramatic drop in temperatures allowed ice to form, according to a news release from the Kansas City Streetcar.
"We pretreat, that way if it hits the road, it can help, because our trucks have trouble in ice, just like other vehicles", LeBrun said.
And snow was being reported in the sharply colder air behind it. There has been a downed tree and powerline blocking USA 45 between Water Valley and Fulton, crews hope to have the tree removed by noon.
Winter weather continues to move into parts of Arkansas beginning Thursday night and going into Friday morning. The warning is expected to expire at 5:15 a.m. Saturday.
A quick transition from rain, to freezing rain, to sleet/snow, and then snow from west to east across Middle Tennessee as the day progresses. The service said snow accumulations will be between 2 to 4 inches in addition to about a quarter-inch of ice. "We are not expecting any sort of massive snowstorm or any sort of massive ice storm".
"After reaching the 50s and 60s along the Interstate 95 corridor late this week, high temperatures will be held in the 20s and 30s by late this weekend into next week", said AccuWeather meteorologist Kyle Elliott.More news: China's trade with North Korea dropped sharply in 2017
There's a possibility that that system will have at least some moisture with it, which could bring the chance of snow to more of the state. Rain will change to freezing rain and sleet and then snow over the duration of the storm. Starting by mid-afternoon in the St. Lawrence Valley, rain will switch to sleet, snow and freezing rain.
As the temps fall, rain will change to mixed precipitation before changing to snow. Low around 21. North northwest wind around 15 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour.
So forecasters cautioned that any travel problems that develop today may linger into Saturday.
The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh is warning people about possible flooding and severe weather in the next several days. There's a chance of light snow Sunday afternoon through Monday.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect until noon for most of the counties in Montana.
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Gusting winds may also cause power outages.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and snow flurries are possible, with a high temperature of 19 degrees.
Where the front has already passed, temperatures were well below zero across much of the northern Plains and upper Midwest Friday morning.
The National Weather Service in Paducah said west Kentucky and southern IL are getting a taste of spring temperatures this week, only to be followed by a winter storm.
Friday's rain storm: When will it start and end, how much rain and where will flooding take place? Ice is expected south of I-70 into southern Ohio. Memphis and Shelby County will be on the line with nothing up to an inch. Details on winter weather safety resources across the state, such as warming centers, can be found by visiting 211.org or by calling 2-1-1.More news: Paul Ryan Calls Trump 'Shithole' Comments 'Very Unfortunate, Unhelpful'