On the plus side of things our temperatures continue to rise throughout the end of the week and into the weekend. Unfortunately, the sunshine will disappear and rain chance move back into the forecast.
Ice began accumulating in parts of eastern Iowa late Sunday evening, and continued into Monday morning. Although amounts were lighter in southern and eastern counties, most of the TV9 viewing area had to deal with slippery surfaces this morning.
The icy weather will be short-lived, as temperatures will not be falling behind this system, but will instead begin to rise. We’re headed into days with temperatures we haven’t felt since December or possibly even November.
For a short time there will be a few breaks in the clouds. So enjoy whatever sunshine you can get your eyes on. It will be breezy again today with winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 mph. High temperatures topping out into the upper teens and low 20s.
The clouds that have been thick for most of Monday are a sign of more moisture returning to our atmosphere, and as that moisture returns closer to the ground, we may have to deal with some impacts during the overnight.
It’s cold again today, but not nearly as cold as it was yesterday. Expect high temperatures to top out into the double digits! Finally high temperatures into the teens. High pressure also sets in and skies will clear out.
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