Tonight: No weather problems overnight with a clear sky. The wind is light from the southwest. Low temperatures are in the low 20s north and low 30s south.
Sunday: The day starts out sunny. Clouds slowly increase during the afternoon. It will be another day with temperatures above normal. The cooler readings will be north in the upper 30s. The southern counties will be in the low 50s.
Sunday Night: We are dry through the night under a mostly cloudy sky. Lows are near 20 north and near 30 south.
Monday: Temperatures are cooler with highs in the 30s. All of eastern Iowa is cloudy through day. There is a chance for light rain/snow from Cedar Rapids southward.
Monday Night: The light rain/snow mix turns to snow and spreads northwest across eastern Iowa. Temperatures drop into the upper 20s by Tuesday morning.
Tuesday/Wednesday: The chance of snow continues for all of eastern Iowa through the day. Snow continues into the night and then tapers off Wednesday morning. Snow accumulations are looking likely but just how much is yet unknown currently. The wind increases from the north Wednesday with highs back in the upper 20s.
Thursday: The wind is light under a mostly cloudy sky. It is colder with highs in the low 20s.