Accumulating Snow Monday

It’s the calm before the snow on this Super Bowl Sunday.  Tonight will be mainly clear, with lows dropping below zero across much of the KWWL viewing area.  Fortunately, the wind will be relatively light out of the northwest, turning south at 5 mph.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for all counties Monday, excluding Winneshiek and Allamakee counties.  Those two counties will have 1-3″ of snow, with 3-6″ of snow across the rest of eastern Iowa.  A heavier band of snow will likely set up somewhere between Highway 30 and Interstate 80, where isolated higher amounts are possible.

The snow moves in by late morning, overspreading all of eastern Iowa during the afternoon.  This is when we are expecting the heaviest period of snow.  The snow will come to an end from west to east by early to mid evening.

 

Here’s the Storm Track 7 Snowfall Forecast:

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This post was written by Kyle Kiel on February 4, 2018

Super Bowl Weather

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This post was written by Schnack on February 4, 2018