Tonight: Low pressure will move east through Minnesota and Wisconsin. The precipitation associated with it will remain north of Iowa. We will have clouds and wind. The wind will switch from the southwest to the northwest tonight. It will also increase late tonight. Temperatures will drop into he upper 20s and low 30s. Anything that was wet during the day will freezing and become slipper early Wednesday morning.
Wednesday: The wind is gusting from the northwest at 30 mph. The wind diminishes quickly as the sun sets. High temperatures are a few degrees cooler but still above freezing (mid to upper 30s).
Wednesday Night: The sky is mostly clear and colder. Lows drop into the teens with a light wind. Patch fog is possible. Again, anything wet from melting during the day will refreeze and be icy Thursday morning.
Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-30s. The wind is from the west at 10-15 mph.