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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
17
Overcast
Saturday-
Light Snow
36
16
60%
36
16
Light Snow
Precipitation60%
Wind7mph SE
Humidity83%
UVLow
Sunday-
Mostly Sunny/Wind
47
36
0%
47
36
Mostly Sunny/Wind
Precipitation0%
Wind21mph SSE
Humidity69%
UVModerate
Monday-
Scattered Thunderstorms/Wind
49
32
100%
49
32
Scattered Thunderstorms/Wind
Precipitation100%
Wind10mph SSE
Humidity80%
UVLow
Tuesday-
Wintry Mix
34
15
90%
34
15
Wintry Mix
Precipitation90%
Wind14mph NW
Humidity77%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Partly Cloudy
28
18
0%
28
18
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind13mph NNW
Humidity54%
UVModerate
Thursday-
Partly Cloudy
37
23
0%
37
23
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind6mph NE
Humidity57%
UVModerate
Friday-
Wintry Mix to Rain
40
30
40%
40
30
Wintry Mix to Rain
Precipitation40%
Wind9mph ESE
Humidity75%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation0%
Wind4mph SSE
Humidity65%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
18
0%
18
0%
18
0%
18
0%
18
0%
18
0%
20
0%
21
20%
23
20%
26
20%
29
20%
31
50%

Latest Weathercast

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Tonight: Clear to partly cloudy, chilly
Temps: 15-20
Wind: W 5-10 mph

Sunday: Partly cloudy, windy & warmer
Temps: 42-51
Wind: S 15-35 mph

The weekend started with a fresh coating of snow, however warmer air will soon settle in with spring like temperatures and rain to start the week.

Skies will be clear to partly cloudy through tonight. Winds will also lighten and with fresh snow on the ground temperatures will drop into the teens to 20. Some melting of the snow during the day will allow low-level moisture to linger resulting in some areas of fog.

Sunday will start with some clouds and areas of fog, however winds will kick up out of the south with gusts approaching 35 mph allowing the fog to clear out. It'll be a warmer day with much of the area in the 40s to possibly low 50s for some in the south under a partly to mostly sunny sky.

An approaching front will stall out across eastern Iowa late Sunday night into Monday as a storm system will track into the area with showers developing. A wintry mix is possible in the far north however as temperatures warm above freezing it'll change over to rain. Where the warm front stalls out will determine temperatures. As of now, it looks like north of Highway 20 readings will be in the 30s with 40s and 50s likely south. If there is enough instability a few isolated thunderstorms are possible which could put down some locally heavy rain with an inch or more likely in some areas.

The front will get hung up in the area as another piece of energy arrives Monday night into Tuesday, and with colder air arriving dropping temperatures to around the freezing mark, a wintry mix of sleet/freezing rain is possible which could result in some icing. There are still some uncertainties with the timing of the colder air, temperatures and locations so this will be closely watched over the next couple of days.

Precipitation will end Tuesday night with dry weather through the middle of the week and cool temperatures in the 20s and 30s through Thursday.

Meteorologist Brandon Marshall
Weather First Team

SUNRISE
06:59:50 am
SUNSET
05:42:25 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High65
F
Record Low-16
F