People who are traveling anywhere in Iowa this weekend should keep an eye on the weather forecast and road conditions. National Weather Service Meteorologist Craig Cogill says freezing drizzle and sleet could create some problems through this evening before northwest winds pick up tonight into tomorrow.
“We could see blowing snow, especially across the northern half of the state,” Cogill said. Highs will mostly be in the single digits and teens through the weekend with a chance for measurable snow Sunday night into Monday.
“Right now, we’re looking at anywhere from one to three inches or two to four inches, primarily over central and northern Iowa, before the snow tapers off Monday evening,” Cogill said. There are currently no weather watches, warnings or advisories posted for the state.