3-5 inches of snow is possible in parts of Northern Iowa, including Dubuque on Saturday night. 1-3 inches is expected in the northwest and central zones including Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. A trace to 1 inch is forecasted for areas south of I-80.
Partly cloudy skies and seasonably mild temperatures take us through our Tuesday. This warm-up is short lived though as an arctic cold front pushes into the region tonight, increasing winds and dropping temperatures.
Good Morning! We’re waking up to a mix of clouds and sun across Eastern Iowa. The clouds will gradually move out this afternoon. Highs today will be colder, only reaching the low 20s. Tonight we’ll have a partly cloudy sky with temperatures in the single digits.
We’re waking up to a mix of sunshine and a few clouds across Eastern Iowa. Temperatures this morning are cold in the single digits, with wind chills below zero. If you have to head out this morning, make sure to bundle up! We’ll continue to see sunshine across the entire area, but temperatures will stay cold. Highs today will be in the single digits.
We’ll have clouds move in this afternoon with a chance for freezing drizzle/freezing rain and fog. Ice is possible along the roads. Therefore, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for this afternoon and into the overnight hours for southeastern Iowa. The freezing drizzle/freezing rain and fog should clear out by late tonight, leaving behind a partly cloudy sky with lows dropping into the single digits.