A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for most of the KWWL viewing area from Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening.
Light snow tracks in by early afternoon. Snow continues through the evening, overnight and into Sunday. At times, snow may be moderate. Highs today are expected to be warmer than the past few days – into the low to mid 20s.
Winds pick up later tonight, reducing visibility due to blowing snow. Overnight lows only drop a degree or two in most places…into the upper teens to low 20s. Sunday will be even warmer with highs into the low 30s. Light snow continues through Sunday morning. We may have a short break in the snow late Sunday morning. Most of the snow tracks out by Sunday evening with a few flurries are possible late Sunday.
It looks like most of the snow will fall on Saturday (especially overnight). An additional 1-2″ are possible on Sunday. Snow totals across eastern Iowa will range from 6-8” north of Highway 20. Between Highway 20 to Cedar Rapids 4-6” and then south of Cedar Rapids 1-4”. There will likely be a sharp cutoff south of I-80.
Expect slick roads beginning this afternoon through Monday.
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This post was written by Rachael Peart