CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (CBS2/Fox28) -- Cold, arctic air is moving back into eastern Iowa behind Thursday's storm. Snow will wind down in the afternoon and cold air will settle in. Temperatures have been steadily dropping through the day and winds have picked up. Winds will stay strong through the night.
The strong winds will lead to blowing snow and slicks roads through the evening, especially in rural areas. You can check the latest road conditions at cbs2iowa.com/weather/road-conditions. The strong winds will also lead to bitter wind chills by Friday morning.
It will be a cold weekend with temperatures in the single digits Friday afternoon and wind chills will stay near and below zero. Temperatures will be in 20s Saturday and Sunday. Then, another system will move in Sunday and bring another chance for snow.
The active, wintry pattern continues into next week. You can always get the latest forecast at cbs2iowa.com/weather.