Light snow will be possible Sunday night across the state with potential impacts from blowing snow early Monday morning
Blizzard conditions anticipated late tonight through tomorrow with six-to-eight inches possible, gusts to 40 MPH
Snow is expected to begin falling late Wednesday night with near-blizzard conditions and cold weather on Thursday.
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Another day of cold temperatures before attention turns to a warm-up and freezing rain threat Sunday
One final day of the bitter cold before we warm-up by this weekend into the 30s and 40s. Monitoring potential for wintry weather in southeastern Iowa on Sunday.
Cold temperatures remain the story through Friday, though eyes now turn to a warm-up this weekend accompanied by a mixed bag of precipitation.
Cold air returns to the state through Friday with light snow possible Thursday night. A warm-up is on the way for this weekend with potential for rain/snow event late Sunday.
After several days of record-breaking cold, Iowa appears to be on somewhat of a rebound. Temperatures will make their way back to the single digits today. Another cold event impacts the area late week, with some light snow possible late Thursday.
It doesn’t take a weather guy to tell you that it is brutally cold outside. An extremely cold arctic air mass over the state powered by a high pressure system in north central Nebraska has allowed temperatures to dip to …