9:30 PM UPDATE to include the WINTER STORM WATCH.
The sky will be mostly clear tonight.
Low pressure is forecast to move east across Missouri Sunday bringing snow to Iowa.
Clouds increase early Saturday morning with snow developing late in the afternoon (mainly after 3 pm). Here is forecast where the snow should be at 7 PM Saturday.
Snow becomes widespread across Iowa during the evening. Snow continues through Sunday morning before tapering off in the afternoon. Heaviest of the snow will fall from 10 PM Saturday through noon Sunday.
Expect hazardous conditions on the road Saturday evening through Sunday night.
The gusty northeast wind will increase Saturday night and remain windy through Sunday blowing. This will cause blowing snow and at times reduced visibility. The strongest wind will be from midnight Saturday through about 8 PM Sunday.
Sunday will be much colder with wind chills during the day near zero or slightly below. Temperatures remain in the teens throughout the day.
Clouds clear late Sunday night giving us sunshine to start Monday. Clouds increase in the afternoon as we track the next chance of snow to be here Tuesday morning into Wednesday morning.
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This post was written by Schnack on January 30, 2015