A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY remains in effect until midnight for parts of eastern Iowa.
A light rain/snow combination will transition to flurries and patchy freezing drizzle this evening. Untreated surfaces will be slick so use caution as you head out to ring in the new year. Temperatures will drop as the wind increases before midnight. Wind chills by midnight will be in the teens.
Clouds linger into the first day of the new year. A few flurries are possible with those clouds. Temperatures warm a few degrees by noon and then slowly drop in the afternoon. They continue to drop through the night as the clouds clear. Wednesday morning lows could be in the low single digits across the northern counties.
Wednesday through Sunday will be dry. High temperatures are in the 20s Wednesday and then warm into the upper 30s and low 40s Thursday through Sunday. The next chance of precipitation is Monday next week…rain/snow.