CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) - We have another cold afternoon ahead of us with some places not even making it past the single digits. That'll be the case in northern Iowa, while lower teens are likely elsewhere. Skies will be partly cloudy overall, and clouds may squeeze out a flurry or two. The good news is that it'll be far less windy today.
Lows fall to around zero or a bit below tonight. We'll stay in the teens tomorrow with a partly sunny sky and finally edge closer to 20 on Saturday. This weekend looks quiet and seasonably cool.
A chance of snow moves in Monday as warmer air pushes into the state. This means that fog and road frost are possible early in the week, too. A rain/snow chance continues on Tuesday. Highs should generally be in the 30s next week.