The sky is mostly clear this evening. Clouds move in overnight with a chance of light snow southwest of a line from Waterloo to Monticello. The chance of snow is between 2 AM and 7 AM.
The snow amounts will be light but also could make roads slick. Snow totals will range from a trace to 1”. The wind is light from the west so blowing snow will not be an issue.
The clouds clear early Wednesday making for a mostly sky. It is still cold with highs in the teens and 20s. The wind is light. Clouds move in Wednesday night and act as a blanket keeping temperatures steady through the night.
Thursday is cloudy with a light snow shower or flurries possible. Little to no snow accumulation expected. There will be a wide range in high temperatures from north to south. Highs north will be in the low 30s while in the south temperatures can warm in to the low and mid-40s.
Friday is another day with clouds and highs in the upper 30s.
There is chance of light snow Saturday with temperatures in the 20s. A gusty northwest wind will make it feel colder. Sunday is dry with a mix of sun and clouds but much colder with highs in the teens.