Clouds return before rain chances

Clouds return before rain chances

After sunny weather with highs in the 40s and low 50s, we will have more clouds today which will bring temperatures down a bit compared to yesterday. We will still enjoy some above average temperatures today and Valentine’s Day. Interactive Radar | Weather Advisories Winds will remain calm until rain chances return Wednesday evening. Rain is expected to move in after sunset from Wednesday to Thursday morning. Central and southern Iowa will see mostly rain with some flakes possible mixed in. The best chance for more light snow and slight accumulations will be in northern Iowa. Most temperatures will be above freezing, but we could see some spots mostly in northern Iowa Thursday morning. We will dry out on Thursday as we see the sun return a bit, but temperatures will drop for the rest of the week. Friday will bring much stronger winds and a chance of snow to Iowa. Accumulations remain uncertain as models have begun to agree on snowfall chances but still do not agree on snowfall amounts. However, it looks like it will affect any of your plans for Friday. Weekend temperatures will depend on how much snow we receive. The more snow there is, the lower the temperatures. So far, these temperatures are based on minor accumulations. Expect temperatures to drop this weekend if we see more significant snowfall amounts. We will have more updates on this topic during the week. Winds with this weather pattern will be strong on Saturday as well, so plan to dress warmly for any of your weekend plans. Temperatures will rebound quickly heading into next week, so this cold snap won’t last long. Highs will return to near 50 on Monday and Tuesday. Iowa weather forecast today: Partly cloudy. Height 48F. Winds are southerly, speeding about 5 knots per hour. Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low 29 Fahrenheit. Winds are easterly at speeds ranging from 5 to 10 knots per hour. Tomorrow: Clouds will increase during the day. Light rain and some wintry mix are expected Wednesday evening into overnight. High 55 Fahrenheit. Winds southeast at speeds ranging from 5 to 10 knots. Wind speeds reach 15 mph. Tomorrow Night: Showers and some mixed rain throughout the night. Light snow in northern Iowa. The winds intensify overnight. Low 32 Fahrenheit. Winds are northwesterly at 15 to 20 knots. Higher gusts.

After sunny weather with highs in the 40s and low 50s, we will have more clouds today which will bring temperatures down a bit compared to yesterday. We will still enjoy some above average temperatures today and Valentine’s Day.

Interactive Radar | Weather alerts

Winds will remain calm until rain chances return on Wednesday evening. Rain is expected to move in after sunset from Wednesday to Thursday morning. Central and southern Iowa will see mostly rain with some flakes possible mixed in. The best chance for more light snow and slight accumulations will be in northern Iowa. Most temperatures will be above freezing, but we could see some mostly soft spots in northern Iowa Thursday morning.

We dry out on Thursday as we see the sun return a bit, but temperatures will cool for the rest of the week. Friday will bring much stronger winds and a chance of snow to Iowa. Accumulations remain uncertain as models have begun to agree on snowfall chances but still do not agree on snowfall amounts. However, it looks like it will affect any of your plans for Friday. Weekend temperatures will depend on how much snow we receive. The more snow there is, the lower the temperatures. So far, these temperatures are based on minor accumulations. Expect temperatures to drop this weekend if we see more significant snowfall amounts. We will have more updates on this topic during the week. Winds with this weather pattern will be strong on Saturday as well, so plan to dress warmly for any of your weekend plans.

Temperatures will rebound quickly heading into next week, so this cold snap won’t last long. Highs will return to near 50 on Monday and Tuesday.

Iowa weather forecast

today: partly cloudy. Height 48F. Winds are south at about 5 mph.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low 29 Fahrenheit. Winds are easterly at speeds ranging from 5 to 10 knots.

tomorrow: Clouds are increasing throughout the day. Light rain and some wintry mix are expected Wednesday evening into overnight. High 55 Fahrenheit. Winds southeast at speeds ranging from 5 to 10 knots. It reaches speeds of up to 15 miles per hour.

Tomorrow night: Rain and some mixed rain overnight. Light snow in northern Iowa. The winds intensify overnight. Low 32 Fahrenheit. Winds are northwesterly at 15 to 20 knots. Higher gusts.

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