TONIGHT: We’re continuing to track a band of snow across southern Iowa slowly slide southward this evening. This snow is really going to struggle making its way into the viewing area as moisture struggles to punch into very dry air across the region. However, we expect a little bit of precipitation to develop late night, into early morning in the form of flurries and freezing drizzle. With temperatures below freezing into tomorrow morning, this could pose some travel troubles.
SUNDAY: As you’re planning to head out the door Sunday, be sure to give yourself some extra time. There is the potential for a few slick spots to develop early in the morning with light drizzle and flurries holding on through 8am. You’ll have to take care on side roads, bridges and overpasses– main roads should be okay for the most part. This is a more of a nuisance than anything, and we’re not expecting and widespread major impacts from this system. To add to that, we’re seeing temperatures quickly above freezing by 11am so any slick spots that we do see develop quickly melt off. We’re into the mid-upper 30s by tomorrow afternoon. Clouds hang on.
EXTENDED: Beyond that, we finally break out of the wintry pattern for more than 24 hours. We stay fairly chilly to start the week, but Wednesday into Thanksgiving we’re tracking much more mild conditions building in, with temperatures at or above average. We’ll find ourselves in the mid-upper 50s with lots of sunshine for the holiday. However, we’re tracking a potentially unsettled pattern into next weekend which has the look of more cold air by the end of next weekend. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest on our changing weather and check back here for updates.