Another round of moderate-to-heavy snow expected Thursday night into Friday, travel impacts expected Friday morning across east central Iowa, especially along Interstate 380.
Another cold day with 1-3″ of snow possible across southern Iowa later this evening and into tonight.
The Des Moines Register is reporting seven dead and at least 10 injured this evening as a result of the winter weather that produced over eight inches of snow in some areas.
Moderate-to-heavy snowfall fell over much of the state on Monday, February 5, 2018, with almost ten inches reported in Fredonia.
Winter Weather Advisories are in effect on Monday due to the potential of travel impacts from light-to-moderate snowfall falling during the afternoon and evening hours
Bitterly cold temperatures across the state today in the single digits to teens before attention turns to snow potential Monday
Warmer weather today with temperatures in 30s to 50s; light-to-moderate snow accumulations possible Monday
Warm temperatures followed by light snow Saturday; one-to-two inches possible
Enjoy the weather through tomorrow before much cooler weather arrives late this week
Cool temperatures remain today before windy warm-up tomorrow; big cool down late this week