Light snow or flurries will end this evening with a clearing sky overnight. The wind gradually diminishes late tonight and stays light through Friday night. We start Friday with sunshine then clouds increase in the afternoon. High temperatures only reach the upper teens.
We will have two rounds of snow this weekend:
Snow begins around midday Saturday and continues through the night before ending early Sunday morning. The heaviest snow will be north of Highway 20 (3-6”). South of Highway 20 will be lighter (1-3”).
This round of snow begins late Sunday afternoon into Monday morning. Snow totals with this round could be 3-6” for all of eastern Iowa.
Tuesday comes around with a light snow shower or flurries. This is the leading edge of the frigid air. Highs in the single digits and teens with lows dropping down below zero at night.
Colder than normal temperatures are likely through at least the end of next week.
Posted under Update, Winter Weather
This post was written by Schnack on December 8, 2016