Our next chance for snow is Monday, and metro-east road crews say they're ready for another storm.
"There is a chance for rain, but not we're exactly sure how much it will be," said meteorologist Ben Miller of the National Weather Service in St. Louis. "It could be a rain event that changes into snow. The opportunity is there for a couple inches, but it's too early to tell. It doesn't look it will be the deluge that we just saw in our area."
A crusty layer of snow and freezing rain coated the region Thursday and caused schools to close Thursday and Friday.
Dana Coughlin, a field engineer with the Illinois Department of Transportation District 8 in Collinsville, said crews worked throughout Thursday and into Friday to clear roads.
"We want to clean up to make sure were ready for Monday," she said.
Sunny skies are expected for Saturday and Sunday.
"The weekend is shaping up to be pretty nice," Miller said. "(Saturday) will be a bit cooler and Sunday we will see higher temperatures with highs in the upper 40s. The average high is 47, so that's where we ought to be."
There is a 60 percent chance of rain Monday with a predicted high of 46.