Snow intensity will increase during the night in the metros

Snow intensity will increase during the night in the metros

Iowa Weather Forecast: Snow will increase overnight in the metro

In the past several days, we have seen this danger or threat of snow falling in our area. Oh, exactly. Yes. I mean we knew this was it. The potential for it to be a bigger system, and that’s what we’re seeing now. So, when you look outside at that moment, you can see it’s still snowing in the subway. However, we have drier skies, near Osceola, east toward Sheridan, and even to the southwest, we see more moisture making its way. So, even though we have a small gap, there are still really good chances that we will get more snow and perhaps the heaviest snowfall that we will see during the overnight hours. A little lighter snow fell near Denison up toward Carroll, and we saw some of that snow falling near Centerville, west toward Corydon. But you look and you can see all that moisture all the way to the south end of the west. And now those areas to the west, we’ll take advantage of that and add it to our snow total. So, there are locations that are likely to contain colons. Three, even four inches so far. But we will continue to build on that. Which. And as you look at the visual roads it’s treacherous as we’ve covered time and time again tonight. But it’s hard to see there. So, as you slide and move, you may not be able to see what’s around you. So, if you don’t have to be on the roads tonight or early tomorrow morning, don’t do it. It will be very difficult. So, we get less than a mile of visibility for the Ames Metro, Iowa Falls, and Marshalltown-Centerville, where you can see and zoom in no time. Furthermore, you can see areas like Ames and Marshalltown less than a mile from Creston, where the snow continued to fall today, and you can see it was beautiful. Heavy there. You look at the light and the snowflakes passing through. Lamoni is now calm again. We’ve seen that little patch of dry air start to take effect. This is not the end of the system. This is just the end of the snowfall for now. We have more overnight temperatures that are now hovering around freezing. So what we’re seeing is slush on the roads as temperatures start to drop a little bit, and we’ll probably see that freeze a little bit as well. I know those ways have been addressed, but again, those. Temperatures will drop and you can see that. Snow falling as we head into 7am, still soaked in it. It will eventually begin to turn east as we head through the late morning and early afternoon. But even then, the snow falls, and you can see beyond it. We are still dealing with 35 to 40 mph winds, which could bring snow back onto the road making for good conditions again. So, as we head into Wednesday morning, those winds are tapering off. We’re left with clouds, but we could see more snow in the Southeast by Wednesday evening, and then we’ll get another chance for more snow on Friday. Very many opportunities. And as we move away and look at the conditions of the trillion, the areas to the southwest. Its 100% covered in the southeast of the country. 100% covered. If you’re driving north on Route 35, you’ll still be partially covered. But remember, we have a lot of snow still on its way north and it will cover those roads again. It is very difficult to travel across the state if you don’t have to be out on the roads, please don’t. It’s just dangerous out there on the sites. We have difficult circumstances for some of us. You head even west along I-80 to Kearny, Nebraska. Carney, I think it’s Carney. In any case. Yes, it’s a great place there. 6 to 9 inches across a good portion of the state. You look to the northwest, numbers a little lower at 3 to 6 inches. We could even see some higher totals across the southeastern parts of the state beyond a foot that is possible for some of us. Again, this can be one of those snows that is difficult to navigate afterward. As you zoom in here, you can see Sheridan on this line. GRINNELL IN ZONES 6 TO 9 TO THE NORTHWEST, AS FORT DODGE UP TO STORM LAKE, HANGING IN ABOUT 3 TO 6 INCHES. So. I got this winter storm warning that lasts all day tomorrow. Again, we could see 6 to 9 inches in the metro, in addition to the snowfall and behind this system, we have a couple of additional chances as I showed you on Wednesday, we’ll have a chance for some snow to the southeast on Friday. We’ll look at the cold next. Our overnight lo

Iowa Weather Forecast: Snow will increase overnight in the metro

Winter weather has arrived in Iowa. Interactive Radar | WEATHER ALERTS Snow showers will continue this evening and are expected to intensify as the night progresses. Roads are now partially covered just outside the metro as you head south and west into parts of Madison, Warren, Clark, and Union counties. There will be moderate to heavy snow at times tonight and overnight. Roads will become snow-covered and brighter as the sun sets and the temperature drops to 31/32 degrees. We’re looking at widespread 6 to 9 inches likely in central Iowa and higher totals southeast near Ottumwa. School Closings: Find out which school districts have closures, delays and early dismissals. It gradually diminishes by the second half of the day. We’re seeing a few other systems – one system Wednesday evening will likely bring some light snow to the area. Another system on Friday could bring more accumulating snowfall with a dip into the single digits early next week and wind chills below zero. Timeline: What to expect as winter storm moves through Iowa: A look at road conditions Monday night Des Moines forecast tonight: Moderate to heavy snow spread. Low 30F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph. TOMORROW: Snow will continue into the afternoon, especially in eastern Iowa. Snowfall totals of 6 to 9 inches are likely around the Des Moines area. Temperatures drop from 30°C to 20°C. Winds are north at 20 to 25 mph, gusting to 40 mph. Tomorrow night: Mostly cloudy. Low 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Winds northwest at 15 to 20 mph Wednesday: Partly cloudy Chance of snow Wednesday evening into Wednesday night High temperature 28 F Winds southwest at 10 to 15 mph Wednesday night: Partly cloudy skies early, Then partly cloudy after midnight, and scattered snow showers possible. Low 12 F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph.

Winter weather has arrived in Iowa.

Interactive Radar | Weather alerts

Snow showers will continue this evening and are expected to intensify as the night progresses. Roads are now partially covered just outside the metro as you head south and west into parts of Madison, Warren, Clark, and Union counties.

Moderate to heavy snow is expected to fall at times tonight and throughout the night.

Roads will become snow-covered and smoother as the sun sets and the temperature drops to 31/32 degrees. We’re looking at a widespread spread of 6 to 9 inches likely in central Iowa and higher totals southeast near Ottumwa.

School closures: Find out which school districts have closures, delays and early dismissals

Snow should fall on the move Tuesday morning and will begin to taper off by the second half of the day.

We’re seeing a few other systems – one system Wednesday evening will likely bring some light snow to the area. Another system on Friday could bring more accumulating snowfall with a dip into the single digits early next week and sub-zero wind chills.

Timeline: What to expect as the winter storm moves through Iowa

WATCH: A look at road conditions Monday night

Des Moines Forecast

Tonight: The spread of moderate to heavy snow. Low 30F. Winds are easterly at speeds ranging from 10 to 15 knots.

tomorrow: Snow will continue into the afternoon, especially in eastern Iowa. Snowfall totals of 6 to 9 inches are likely around the Des Moines area. Temperatures drop from the low 30s to the upper 20s. Winds are north at 20 to 25 mph, gusting to 40 mph.

Tomorrow night: Mostly cloudy. Low 14F. Winds are northwesterly at 15 to 20 knots.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Possibility of snow falling Wednesday evening into Wednesday night. High 28F. Southwest winds 10 to 15 miles per hour.

Wednesday night: The sky is mostly cloudy early, then partly cloudy after midnight. Scattered snow showers are likely. Low 12 Fahrenheit. Winds are west-westerly at a speed of 10 to 15 knots.

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