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TRACKING: A few slick spots on the roads

Light snow and flurries move across northern Iowa (north of Highway 20) tonight. Any snow accumulation will be less than 1″. Roads will be slick in some locations. Use caution when traveling. South of Highway 20 flurries are expected. Click here for the latest road conditions. Temperatures tonight drop into the low 20s and wind chills in the teens. 


Thursday is mostly cloudy with highs in the mid 30s. Thursday evening and into the night there is a slight chance for a light wintry mix once again. This time all of eastern Iowa has the chance for this type of precipitation.

Friday is mostly cloudy and slightly warmer with highs reaching the upper 30s.

We are tracking another storm for the weekend. The current track takes the low over eastern Iowa. Rain moves into the area Friday night with a few snowflakes mixed in across northern Iowa. Here is the potential area of rain at 1 AM Saturday.

Rain continues through most of Saturday across eastern Iowa. Areas north of New Hampton could see the rain change to snow during the evening. Rain will gradually change to snow Saturday night across eastern Iowa as colder air moves in behind the departing storm. Rain amounts could exceed one inch. Light snow continues into Sunday. Light snow accumulations are possible for all of eastern Iowa. The potential for the heavier snow from this storm will be to our northwest. 

Strong winds are expected to be from the east Saturday and then turn to the north Saturday night into Sunday. The wind gradually diminishes Sunday evening.  



Mark Schnackenberg

Chief Meteorologist

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