This post is archived. The snow emergencies associated with this weather event have ended.
A winter storm warning in effect starting at noon Monday, January 25 is expected to bring 8-12 inches of snow to the area.
StormTrack 8 is following the latest on the storm, see their most recent forecast here.
It's expected that road conditions will deteriorate by the evening commute.
In anticipation of the snowfall, several communities have issued Snow Emergencies, which put temporary parking restrictions in place.
Check back here as this list grows:
Bellevue -- A snow emergency is in effect. Residents are asked to practice odd-even parking; that's where you park on the side of the street with even-numbered addresses on even days of the week. The city asks that you move your car over to the other side of the street once snow has been cleared.
Blackhawk Township -- A snow emergency is in effect.
Blue Grass -- A winter weather emergency is in effect from 8 a.m. Monday until 4 p.m. Tuesday. You may not park on city streets during this time.
Carbon Cliff -- A snow emergency is in effect starting at 1 p.m. Monday and will expire at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Parking on snow routes is prohibited during this time. All vehicles parked on snow routes may be subject to ticketing and towing. Any streets within the village corporate limits are considered a snow route.
Coal Valley -- A snow emergency is in effect from 6 a.m. Monday through noon on Wednesday. You may not park on any village streets, avenues, alleys or parking lots when there is two or more inches of snow.
Homeowners are also reminded to remove snow and ice from their portion of the sidewalk within 24 hours.
Columbus Junction -- A snow emergency is in effect starting at noon Monday and will last for at least 48 hours/ During this time there will be no vehicles permitted to park on snow routes. Vehicles parked on snow routes will be subject to a $35 fine and possibly be towed.
Davenport -- A snow emergency is in effect starting at 8 a.m. Monday and lasts through 8 a.m. Wednesday. Vehicles parked on posted snow routes may be ticketed and towed. As an alternative, you can park at any of the city's three parking ramps for free.
Durant -- A snow emergency starts at noon Monday and lasts until 5 p.m. Tuesday. During this time, there is no on-street parking allowed.
East Moline -- A snow emergency was implemented at 2 p.m. Monday until 4 pm. Tuesday. Drivers are prohibited from parking on snow routes.
Eldridge -- Snow emergency begins Monday at noon and lasts until Tuesday at 4 p.m. During this time there is no parking on any city street. Vehicles in violation may be ticketed or towed.
Galesburg -- Snow emergency begins at 3:30 p.m. Monday. Parking is prohibited on all city streets until all streets are cleared of snow. Those in violation may face ticketing and towing.
Moline -- A snow emergency is in effect starting at 6 p.m. Sunday. As the snow emergency runs, residents need to move parked vehicles off the city's snow routes. This helps plows get through for snow removal. Find designated snow routes here.
Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri also implemented a "civil state of emergency" that requires all public works department staff to assist with snow removal, regardless of their department's typical duties. This declaration also allows for unlimited overtime for city employees cleaning up snow.
Morrison -- A snow emergency is in effect starting at 6 p.m. Monday until Wednesday at 8 a.m. Parking is prohibited on all snow routes and odd-even parking is in effect. Overnight parking is also prohibited in the Central Business District.
Muscatine-- While Muscatine doesn't have an official snow emergency in effect, starting Monday afternoon, the public is asked to find off-street parking wherever possible to aid in snow removal efforts. They are also implementing even-odd parking, where you park on the side of the street with even-numbered addresses on even days of the week, like January 24, and the side with odd-numbered addresses on odd days of the week, like January 25.
No parking is ever allowed on the side of the street where parking is prohibited by posted sign.
Port Byron -- A snow emergency was issued from noon Monday until noon Tuesday. Parking on any village street is prohibited.
Rock Falls -- A snow emergency is in effect at noon Monday until 6 p.m. Tuesday. Odd and even parking is in effect.
Rock Island -- Snow emergency is in effect at noon Monday. Parking is not allowed on any snow routes when accumulation is at 2 inches. Vehicles may be ticketed and towed. The city is also asking residents not to park on residential streets. At 11 p.m. Monday, on-street parking is prohibited downtown from 15th Street to 23rd Street and 1st Avenue to 5th Avenue for snow removal. Free parking in unreserved spaces at the 17th Street parking ramp and City Lot C at 1st Avenue are available. Parking will be available downtown at 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Silvis -- A snow emergency is in effect from 1 p.m. Monday until 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Sterling -- A snow emergency begins noon Monday through noon Wednesday. Parkings is prohibited on snow routes until all snow has been cleared. Odd and even day parking is also being enforced.
Walnut -- A snow emergency is in effect from noon Monday through noon Wednesday. Any vehicles parked on village streets will be ticketed and towed.
Check back as cities add snow emergency declarations to the list.