The Thanksgiving holiday began — and ended — with snow. While parts of southern and eastern Iowa were blanketed in white last Wednesday night, much of southern and central Iowa had flurries this morning. Frank Boksa , meteorologist at the National Weather Service, says accumulation will be modest. North of Interstate-80 won’t see much more than flurries while south of Interstate-80 may see an additional inch or so. No areas of the state should get more than two inches of snow from this storm, Boksa says, and it won’t stick around long.Temperatures above freezing are expected tomorrow and through the rest of the week so the little bit that did fall won’t last.