8:00 PM UPDATE: The wind advisory has been cancelled.
6:00 PM UPDATE: The winter weather advisory has been cancelled.
Tonight: The roads will be slick this evening and tonight. Use caution when traveling. Here is a link to check the latest road conditions. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect through the evening with gusty winds and icy roads. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect this evening for gusty winds. The wind diminishes after the sun sets. A 10-15 mph wind switches to the SW then to SE overnight. Temperatures continue to drop into the teens and 20s by morning. Anything wet will turn to ice. Use caution when traveling and walking. They sky will be clear to partly cloudy overnight.
Wednesday: Clouds increase quickly in the morning with a chance of a light snow shower or rain shower. Temperatures warm into the 20s across northern Iowa with a light snow shower. A rain shower is possible in our southern counties with temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. Here is the forecast map for Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday Night: A lingering snow shower or flurry is possible otherwise it remains cloudy. It is colder with single digits north and teens south by Thursday morning.
Thursday/Friday: These will be the two coldest days of the next seven…with Friday the colder one of the two. Partly to mostly cloudy sky is expected both days.
Saturday: A 20% chance of light snow as temperatures warm into the 20s.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy and a little warmer as some locations reach the low 30s during the afternoon.
This post was written by Schnack on January 10, 2017