Tonight will be cold and dry across Iowa as southern Missouri and northern Arkansas deal with snow and freezing rain. We will just have a few clouds across mainly southern Iowa which will help add a few degrees to our temperatures. Meanwhile, northern Iowa will see mostly clear skies and sub-zero readings by Friday morning.
Friday and Saturday will both be dry here with a decent amount of sunshine, BUT that really won't matter to our temps as we are looking at highs in the 10s both days! Winds will be lighter Saturday, but we should expect wind chills in the -5 to -15 through Friday night.
It is looking like a very good chance for snow Sunday and Sunday evening for most of the state. Right now, it looks like 2'-4" will generally fall across central Iowa, but some parts of the state may get up to 6" before it completely leaves early Monday morning. As it leaves, the wind will pick up and blow it around, so we should expect some travel problems Monday as we head back to work!
Have a good night everyone
ABC5 Chief Meteorologist
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