It is going to be a cold day. Wind chills this morning are in the single digits above and below zero, to the teens. High temperautres will be in the lower 20s to lower 30s from north to south. A northwest wind 5-15 mph will lead to wind chills between 10° to 20°. At least it will be sunny.
Tonight will be clear and the wind will be calm has high pressure will be overhead. Temperatures in northern Iowa will drop to the single digits, with teens elsewhere. The wind will be, at maximum, 5 mph, so the wind chill won’t be a huge issue.
Clouds will increase on Friday. As the center of high pressure tracks east, we will get a southerly wind which will help boost temperatures into the lower to middle 30s.
Saturday will be even warmer ahead of our next arctic front that pushes through Sunday. Temperatures Sunday will be reached early in the day, and then tumble during the afternoon with a gusty northwest wind. There is a chance of snow Sunday night into Monday, and then again Wednesday.
Colder temperatures Monday through Wednesday. This could be record cold for lowest maximum temperatures on Veterans Day.