Light snow and flurries taper off early this evening. The sky remains mostly cloudy overnight with no wind. Low temperatures will be a couple degrees warmer Friday morning than Thursday morning.
Light snow will move west to east across Iowa Friday. The best chance of any accumulation will be farther north you live. Most of the snow would be during the afternoon.
Snow totals range from trace amounts in southern Iowa to about 2” in far northern Iowa.
Little to no wind Thursday night continues through Friday. Only a 5-10 mph is expected.
The weekend gets really cold, especially Sunday. High temperatures are only in the single digits Sunday and Monday. The morning lows Monday drop to around 10-15 below zero and a wind chill in the 20s below zero.
A few snow showers are possible Saturday night otherwise dry weather continues through Wednesday with the next chance of snow arriving Thursday.
The long range outlook keep colder than normal temperatures and a little above normal precipitation.