**Freeze Warning for northern Siouxland tonight into Friday morning**
It was a day of very slow clearing from west to east across the Siouxland area although temperatures once again remained well below average.
Parts of Siouxland even saw a few snowflakes fly for a brief period of time this morning.
Any clearing we saw today will disappear tonight as clouds will be on the increase and western Siouxland could see a few late night rain or snow showers.
It’s also going to be another cold night with northern Siouxland possibly seeing lows getting down to around 30 degrees and as a result, a Freeze Warning has been issued for the northern parts of the KTIV viewing area into Friday morning.
Chances of light rain and snow showers will then continue on Friday morning with better chances in southern Siouxland than farther to the north.
We could still see a chance of a few rain showers Friday afternoon before we dry out by Friday evening.
We’ll see much better warming move in on Saturday as highs will get into the upper 50s under partly cloudy skies.
A cold front arrives late Saturday, however, and that’s going to bring in some big cooling again on Sunday with highs only near 40 degrees.
Monday morning is looking like the coldest of the mornings to come when lows will get into the mid 20s.
We should be looking at a much drier week next week than what we have had this week and it will become a week of warming.
Highs on Monday will only be in the mid 40s but will rise into the mid 50s by Tuesday.
That warming trend continues into the middle of the week with highs on Wednesday in the upper 50s and then heading into the 60s by Thursday.