There are a lot of moving parts to today's forecast. We start the day with fog and drizzle ahead of a cold front. Once the cold front moves through, the wind picks up and a band of snow moves through. Temperatures will be falling throughout the day.
Any snow will come to an end by early afternoon. Accumulation stays less than 1". There may be some slick spots, especially in northern Iowa. Here is the latest timing with FutureTrack:
Visibility will likely be reduced during the period of snow as the wind picks up. Sustained winds 15-30 mph could gust 35 to 40 mph at times.
The sky becomes mostly clear tonight with temperatures falling into the single digits and teens. Wind chills will be 0 to -10°.
Tomorrow will be dry ahead of a weak system that could bring a few flurries or light snow showers Tuesday night.
There are a couple more chances of snow in the next 7 days.