It’s one of the coldest mornings of the winter so far, as parts of Iowa had lows in the 20s-below-zero, with wind chills of minus-30 and colder. Meteorologist Brad Small, at the National Weather Service, says parts of Iowa will be seeing be on-and-off snow for the next several days.
Snow today will fall over mostly southwest Iowa, dropping maybe one or two inches, while more snow will track across the state on Saturday and Sunday with similar amounts, and yet more snow is forecast for Monday, too. Small says there’s no warm-up coming, not for the next few weeks.
He says the forecast through the end of the month and into early February indicates no change, with continued cold and scattered snows. See the full forecast at weather.dot.gov.
By Pat Powers, KQWC, Webster City