Winter storm set to impact areas north of Highway 20 late tonight through Tuesday; expect morning commute impacts Tuesday morning.
Light icing expected overnight over northwest Iowa; please make sure to take it easy during the Monday morning commute.
In what may shape up to be the most significant snowfall event of the season, heavy snow fell across much of the area on the night of Friday, March 23, 2018 and throughout the day on Saturday, March 24, 2018. Highest totals ranged between 15 and 18″ across portions of north central and east central Iowa.
After a relatively quiet weather period across the state, Iowa is gearing up for yet another classic winter storm as we just begin to enjoy spring.
Snow and blowing snow will impact travel in northern Iowa from early Monday to late Tuesday night; four-to-six inches expected in northeast Iowa.
Light snow and freezing rain expected later this week; expect the Thursday commute to be impacted
Winter Weather Advisories remain through noon today
Significant icing through tomorrow will impact the Tuesday morning commute; up to three-tenths of an inch possible in some areas.
Significant icing threat expected to impact morning commutes on Monday and Tuesday
Narrow band of moderate-to-heavy snow setting up this evening from the Iowa City area towards Hastings