Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies will continue during the overnight hours tonight. Temperatures will range in the lower 20s north, to upper 20s south with a light northeast wind at 5 mph. There could be a few sprinkles or light flurries overnight to the south.
Sunday will feature a few peeks of sunshine, otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 30s. This is ahead of our next storm system that will bring the chance for a light wintry mix late Sunday night, and into the day on Monday.
Temperatures may be warm enough Monday for a switch over to all rain, before transitioning to snow Monday night into Tuesday. The highest accumulation looks to be northwest of the KWWL viewing area, with light accumulation in our northwestern counties. We will continue to keep an eye on the track of the system.
If you are traveling from western Iowa on Sunday, there is a chance for a rain/freezing rain/snow mixture in the western part of the state that could make for slick roadways. This trend continues into Monday as well.