View delays, closings and cancellation information from across eastern Iowa.
A clipper will track to our southwest today, putting us in the prime snow-producing part of the system.We will have about 12 hours of snowfall and will begin to track into the viewing area during the morning hours and exit tonight.The heaviest snowfall will be through central Iowa, where they could get over 6 inches of snow.This includes Grundy and Tama counties in our viewing area, which are under a WINTER STORM WARNING today.Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Washington and Waverly are under a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY and could get 3-6" of snow by the end of the system.Temperatures will plummet into the single digits for the next day or so before climbing back into the 20s by Sunday -- just as the next system tracks through.Storm Track 7 Meteorologist Eileen Loan
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