We have a lot of clouds around overnight with some areas of fog. Temperatures are below freezing so any fog could produce patchy freezing drizzle. The wind starts to increase late tonight.
Temperatures remain steady Saturday with a gusty northwest wind to near 30 mph. Clouds gradually clear during the afternoon. Saturday night is mostly clear and cold as the wind gradually diminishes.
Sunday is another cold day with highs in the teens. Northern Iowa will be sunny and southern Iowa will be cloudy. There is a chance of light snow from Cedar Rapids southward Sunday evening into the night. The snow will cause slick spots for the morning commute on Monday. The map below shows how far north the snow will get Sunday night. The snow will move out of eastern Iowa very early Monday morning.
The map below shows where the best chance for accumulating snow will from now through Monday evening. Right now, the best chance is across northern Iowa and far southern Iowa.
The snow forecast for eastern Iowa has a range of a trace to 2" from around Cedar Rapids southward.
Tuesday through Friday is dry with highs in the 20s Tue/Wed and warming into the mdi 30s Thu/Fri.