Rain chances increase south later tonight along with fog risks through Saturday. Also watching for a storm system surrounding Christmas day, so read on for the details…
Rain chances are on the rise across central and southeast Iowa later tonight through Friday. At this same time, fog and drizzle will increase across the west portion of the state with a second risk of fog across much of the forecast area Friday night into Saturday. Then all eyes are on a powerful storm system from the four corners region that will get underway later Saturday night through Christmas day. The current thinking is rain increases later Saturday night through Christmas Eve across all the forecast area followed by cooler temperatures on the backside of the system that can transition rain over to snow or wintry mix Christmas day through Tuesday before the system would depart. We will continue to sample over the coming days and iron out the cold side of the system.
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Fog risk tonight through Friday –
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