A late-season winter storm blasted portions of central Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan, with tornadoes across the southeast. Snow accumulation wasn't all that impressive (4" reported here in Champaign-Urbana) but winds on this end were very strong, sustained at 30-35 mph with gusts to near 50 mph reported across all of central Illinois.
It was a heavy wet snow, so in town where the wind was dampened somewhat conditions weren't all that bad. Stepping out into the open/rural areas was a completely different story however. I ventured out twice, once around 8 AM and then again around 3 PM and both times roads in town were just fine, while out in the open visibility quickly dropped to 1/4 mile with roaring winds.
I shot a bit of video and photos and will let those tell the rest of the story: