Temperatures will be a bit warmer today as a warm front moves through the area. After 7 a.m. we will be tracking the potential of rain, snow or a wintry mix, especially across the northern half of the KWWL viewing area. There may be a period of freezing drizzle as well.
Most of this will be in the form of light snow, but temperatures may get warm enough for a little rain and drizzle to mix in. It will be a bit breezy as well.
By this afternoon, the rain and snow moves east, although a few lingering areas of drizzle will be possible. Any snowfall in northern Iowa will be less than one inch.
Clouds will break up a bit tonight, leading to the potential of patchy fog. Temperatures will be in the teens and 20s.
Another quick moving system will bring another chance of rain and snow tomorrow. Once again, any accumulation will be on the light side.
A strong cold front tracks through Saturday, bringing a slight chance of snow showers early in the morning. It's going to be windy with falling temperatures.
Behind the front it will be much colder Sunday.
There is the chance of snow Monday. There is some question on the exact evolution and track of the storm system, so please stay up to date with the latest Storm Track 7 forecast over the next few days as we get a better handle on that system.