A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for eastern Iowa through noon for freezing drizzle and a little light snow. Once the freezing drizzle begins, roads will turn slick quickly. Use caution on your morning drive.
Temperatures will warm into the upper 20s to middle 30s through early afternoon, before a strong northwest wind takes over, leading to falling temperatures this afternoon.
The sky becomes mostly clear tonight with temperatures falling into the single digits above and below zero. It will still be breezy, so wind chills will be -10° to -20° by early Thursday morning. Thursday’s highs will be in the teens and it will be mostly sunny.
We continue to track a winter storm that will impact Iowa Friday into Saturday. Snow is forecast to move in after the morning commute, and continue through the evening hours. Warmer air will move in, changing the snow to a wintry mix of freezing rain/sleet/snow and could potentially transition to rain over southern Iowa. Several inches of snow will be possible in eastern Iowa, and it will be windy.
This is still a developing storm system, so stay with KWWL for further updates.