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More Snow in the Forecast

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Another round of accumulating snow is expected across Iowa today into tomorrow.

A storm system tracking across the center of the US will put Eastern Iowa in line for shovel-able snow through the first half of the weekend.

It will be generally be quiet this morning, but light snow showers are possible. Most of the accumulating snow will occur Friday night through noon Saturday.

Roads will begin to tonight with slick travel through much of Saturday.

Light snow will then continue into Saturday afternoon before gradually tapering off. Accumulations will be greatest in Southern Iowa with 3-5" possible around and south of I-80. North of that line will generally be 1-3" through Saturday.

The good news is that the winds won't be as gusty as with the last few snows. Today and tomorrow, winds will generally remain between 5 and 15 mph with some areas of moderate blowing snow possible.