Today: A couple weak disturbances will affect our weather. The first one is tracking thorough this morning bringing very light snow, flurries or freezing drizzle. Locations south of Waterloo and Dubuque may experience slick travel this morning. Our next clipper tracks in this afternoon and early evening bringing another round of light snow. Minor accumulation up to an inch is possible, which could lead to some slick roadways. High temperatures will range from the lower 20s to near 30° with a west wind 5-15 mph.
Tonight: Any lingering light snow ends shortly after sunset. Decreasing clouds are expected overnight with lows in the single digits and teens with a northwest wind 5-15 mph.
Wednesday: Windy and warmer with a sunny to partly cloudy sky. Southwest wind 10-25 mph will gust higher at times, and lead to temperatures in the middle to upper 30s.
Thursday: Another mild day expected with highs in the 30s. However, a cold front moves through ushering in much colder air as we round out the work week. The sky will be partly cloudy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph.
We are keeping an eye on a potential storm system to bring wintry weather to eastern Iowa Sunday into Monday. Next week looks a little more active.
Stay with KWWL for updates.