Strong low pressure will track through the region over the next few days. The bulk of the moisture will stay to our north, but we will have some rain showers late tonight through Monday in the area, although some snow will mix in over the northern counties. It will all change to snow tomorrow night and linger into Tuesday morning. Snowfall amounts will depend on when the changeover occurs and how much melts first, but the heaviest will be toward the Minnesota border. They will have a couple of inches. Areas along and south of Interstate 80 may not get anything to stick. It will be cold and windy behind the system. Temperatures will be falling on Veterans Day.
Here is a great link for winter weather information. It is also located at the top of the blog…it says “WINTER”.
The low will track east across Iowa.
All of the moisture from this storm will remain north across Minnesota.
Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory north of Iowa through Tuesday.
High temperatures through next week will be in the 20s and may continue through the following week as well.
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This post was written by Schnack on November 9, 2014