Here is a look at precipitation amounts over the last 24 hours from yesterday’s storm system. Some areas across northwest Iowa saw a quick trace of snow accumulation on grass and elevated surfaces. Further east, temperatures were warm leading to primarily showers and thunderstorms.
We will see a breezy northerly wind today sustained 10-20 MPH with gusts 20-30 MPH and high temperatures in the 30s/lower 40s across northern Iowa and 40s and 50s in central and southern Iowa. Temperatures will continue to drop through the week ahead of our next storm system that works in by the middle of the week. Confidence is increasing for a risk of accumulating snow Wednesday through Friday. The system will come in two waves with the first one late Tuesday night through Wednesday and the second more potent round Thursday through early Friday.
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