We did get to see some peeks of sun today although the clouds were winning out by late in the day as snow developed during the afternoon in western Siouxland.
Those snow chances will move eastward this evening giving us all a chance of snow overnight and into Friday morning.
It’s looking like central Siouxland could see some of the heaviest accumulation with 1 to 3 inches possible.
The other factor is that the wind will be coming up early Friday morning so blowing of snow is going to be a possibility which could reduce visibilities even more as many are heading off to work and school.
The snow does not stick around for long as it exits Siouxland during the morning hours on Friday but it does stay breezy and cool for the rest of the day with highs only in the low to mid 20s.
The rest of the 7-day forecast is looking mostly snow-free, but temperatures will be staying cool for a while.
Lows Saturday morning could dip to around 10 with a high on Saturday only around 30 under a mostly cloudy sky.
While Sunday could warm a bit into the mid 30s, we cool right back down on Monday with highs only in the upper 20s.
Tuesday will give us a lot of sunshine with a high near 30 before warming finally takes over.
Wednesday and Thursday are both looking partly cloudy at this point with highs in the low to mid 40s.