A cold front tracked through eastern Iowa overnight, shifting the wind to the northwest which will lead us to colder temperatures throughout the day.
High temperatures won’t move much from where the morning started out — lower to middle 20s. With the northwest wind 5-15 mph, wind chills will likely be in the teens all day. We start with clouds this morning, but should clear gradually this afternoon as high pressure takes control.
Tonight’s sky will be mostly clear, and with a light wind out of the west, temperatures will drop into the single digits. How low we go is dependent on any cloud cover that moves in. If the wind goes completely cold, some temperatures could be a few degrees cooler.
The next several days will be on the chilly side, before moderating temperatures by the weekend. We’re also in a dry pattern, with the storm track a little farther to the south. There is a chance for rain and snow by the middle of next week.