TRACKING: Light snow tonight…Windy Friday afternoon

Light snow and flurries continue overnight The accumulating snow will be end around 5 AM Friday across eastern Iowa. Snow accumulations across eastern Iowa will be in a trace to 1” range. The wind is light overnight.

The map below shows the % chance of 1″ of snow from Thursday evening to Friday evening. There is an 80% chance of light snow, but a 30-40″ chance of it accumulating to 1″ or more.

Here is a look at Future Track at 3 AM Friday

A few snow showers or flurries are possible Friday with any accumulations to be less than 0.5”, if any. Before noon, the wind gradually increases followed by a windy afternoon. Wind gusts to near 30 or 35 mph are possible from the northwest. The clouds clear during the evening hours.

Friday night is mostly clear, cold and windy. The wind from the northwest at 15-25 mph combined with lows in the teens will push wind chills down to near 5 degrees.

Saturday through Thursday is dry with varying amounts of cloud cover and sunshine from day to day. Temperatures during this time are well below normal. The coldest days are Saturday and Tuesday with highs in the upper 20s.

Mark Schnackenberg

Mark Schnackenberg

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