Chances of snow on the road in central Iowa

Light snow Monday night with focus on Wednesday’s storm



Meteorologist Ann Campolongo. And yeah, we’re really focused here on the impacts that we’ll see as we move into Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and beyond. Right before the big weekend. The temperatures are now cool, but that’s not where we’ll be by the end of the week here as the temperatures are near zero by Friday and Saturday. If not less than that. BUT we are sitting at 30 now at AnKENY 31 in DES MOINES. Feels like temperatures are in the low 20s now. I think the temperatures are going to drop here tonight and then by tomorrow morning we’re in the single digits. Cold start tomorrow. But I think we’re seeing more in the way of sunlight at least during parts of the day here on Tuesday. Some light snow is falling across the eastern parts of the state. For the most part, we’ve been getting some surprising waves of some moderate to heavy snow toward Newton in parts of Jasper County, down through Monroe. And then we will drive to the Muharraba and Morioniya districts. We’ve got snow towards KNOXVILLE, PELLA, OSKALOOSA as well. So some light showers on the snow continued tonight. Again, we’re not looking at the big effects of snow this evening. But what we’re looking for is the possibility of really strong winds and very cold and cooler temperatures. Then on top of it all snow or even blizzard like conditions here as seen in the middle and final part of the work. So we’ve been talking about wind and wind chill with more on that, and we want to send it over to Chief Meteorologist Chris Gloninger. Take a look at those details in this section of the forecast. Winds are blowing during the second phase of this coming storm. So where does the snow start to fall on Wednesday? We only have 15 to 20 miles per hour, but we’re watching them climb on Thursday night, and they’re getting close to 40 miles per hour. And there is a time when those winds might be over miles an hour as we go into Friday. Even after the last flakes fall, we will likely see blowing and snow drifting as a major concern during the day on Friday. Let’s look at the time line. Chilling winds during the night and on Tuesday morning, dropping below zero. You think that’s bad, but look what happens when we go later into Thursday’s period. And then, Friday morning, a wind chill about a point between 30 and 40 degrees below zero. Seriously, a cold will stick around all day Saturday before we start to see that winter blast unleashing its fist across central Iowa. For more information on timing, we’ll send it back to the site and talk about when it’s expected to arrive. And again, no problems tomorrow. Tuesdays are a little respite before this system really kicks in, and it will kick off on Wednesdays. Some sunset tomorrow and then clouds building up early morning Wednesday. We’re bound to overtake, guys when you start on Wednesday and it starts snowing here as early as midday. For some of us, especially if you happen to be in the northwest and western parts of the state, then it really starts to kick in as we head towards our dinner hour and rest hour on Wednesday night, we’ll see moderate to severe rides overnight on Wednesday early morning. It’s about 5 a.m. so we’ll still have snow across the state in mid-east and southern Iowa. And notice that by Thursday, closer to five and six, the snow will begin to melt. We’ll be done with the snow by Thursday evening, probably. But then strong winds come here on Thursday night into Friday. So, again, Wednesday, if you’re doing some planning for planning purposes, if you need to drive, you’d better start early on Wednesday if you can. Snow is likely to arrive here in the afternoon and evening. And then on Thursday, when the winds start to pick up the cold weather here, the cooler temperatures, the cooler winds arrive on Thursday. They will still stick together on Friday. We’ve got those strong winds all the way into the early part of Saturday. Very tough travel plans, as we all know here, as we approach the weekend. Tonight, it’s getting cold, and it’s going to drop into the single digits. And then the prediction of tomorrow just takes us into the teens, 13, high tomorrow and AMES, we’re talking single digits for high temperatures. In the north you go tomorrow afternoon, the 8-day forecast looks something like this. Some sunset tomorrow snow comes here by wednesday afternoon and. evening. She’ll stick with us through most of Thursday. Then the bitter cold settles in for Friday, Satatur

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Light snow Monday night with focus on Wednesday’s storm

We’re continuing with the themes of freezing cold, strong winds, gale and snow accumulation as we head into the weekend. Weather Alerts Monday night will feature light snow, but nothing significant. Tomorrow will be brighter and more sunny, but the hikes won’t end until the afternoon in the teens, and the snow starts by Wednesday evening—most likely around dinnertime or so. The snow continues to fall overnight into Thursday. Blizzard-like conditions can occur especially on Thursday when the winds pick up. The strongest winds are expected by Thursday night — with gusts up to 40 mph. The snow ends Thursday night and Friday looks essentially dry at this point. Friday will be our coldest day, with temperatures soaring below zero and very cold winds with gusty winds. Serious chills and bitter winds continue through Saturday. It is best to avoid traveling from Thursday to Friday as of now. This looks like the worst time window at this time. Watch: How to prepare for winter weather. Forecast: Monday night: cloudy with snow showers mainly during the evening. Low 7F. SSW winds are shifting to NNW at 10 to 15 mph. 50% chance of snow. Tuesday: Sunshine with a mixture of clouds. so cold. elevation 16f. Winds NW, 10 to 15 mph. Wednesday: Cloudy with snow during the afternoon. 24F high. ESE winds at 10 to 15 mph. 70% chance of snow. Snow accumulations less than an inch.

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We’re continuing with the themes of extreme cold, strong winds, winds, and the accumulation of snowfall as we head into the weekend.

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Monday night will feature light snow, but nothing major. Tomorrow is brighter and more sunny, but the highs only end in a teensy afternoon.

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Snow starts by Wednesday evening – probably around dinner time or so. The snow continues to fall overnight into Thursday. Blizzard-like conditions can occur especially on Thursday when the winds pick up.

The strongest winds are expected by Thursday night — with gusts up to 40 mph. The snow ends Thursday night and Friday looks essentially dry at this point. Friday will be our coldest day, with sub-zero temperatures and dangerously cold winds with strong winds. Serious chills and bitter winds continue through Saturday. It is best to avoid traveling from Thursday to Friday as of now. This seems to be the worst time window at this time.

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weather forecast:

Monday Night: Cloudy with snow showers mainly during the evening. Low 7F. SSW winds are shifting to NNW at 10 to 15 mph. 50% chance of snow.

Tuesday: Sunshine and clouds mixed. so cold. elevation 16f. Northwest winds at 10 to 15 mph.

Wednesday: Cloudy with snow showers during the afternoon. 24F high. ESE winds at 10 to 15 mph. 70% chance of snow. Snow accumulations are less than an inch.

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