Tonight: A DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in effect. Areas of fog continue to be dense in many locations. Light rain showers and drizzle are possible with temperatures remaining above freezing with lows in the mid 30s.
Saturday: A DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in effect during the morning. Fog is thick again through at least the morning hours. It improves slowly into the afternoon in some locations. Isolated light showers are possible. It will be a mild day with temperatures in the 40s and low 50s.
Saturday Night: Not much change with areas of dense fog and drizzle. Low temperatures mainly above freezing (32-35).
Sunday: Morning fog reveals a cloudy sky, but at least it will be dry. Mild temperatures in the low 40s continues.
Monday: This day might be our only chance for a few rays of sunshine. It will not be sunny…just a few rays of sunshine. Clouds will dominate with highs near 40.
Only a few light showers are possible through Monday evening. The map below shows the rain forecast through from Friday evening through Monday evening.
Tuesday: Rain develops in the afternoon with highs close to 40.
The map below shows the position of the storm Tuesday morning and it is forecast to move northeast across Iowa Wednesday.
Wednesday: As the storms east past Iowa, there is a transition from rain to snow. Temperatures are cooler with morning highs in the mid 30s.
Thursday: Breezy and colder with highs in the lows 30s. A few light snow showers or flurries linger as the storm moves away from Iowa.
Friday: Clouds linger with a high near 30.
This post was written by Schnack on January 20, 2017