It’s been a cold week thus far and now we’re adding the chance of snow into the mix.
A couple of pieces of energy will be impacting the viewing area as a low-pressure center moves through the region.
The first one arrives, later on, this afternoon with some snow showers falling throughout most of Siouxland.
Heavier snow showers could be impacting far southern neighborhoods during the PM commute so make sure you’re weather alert out there.
Accumulations really should be nothing more than a half inch or less.
By tonight, that second piece of energy is moving in and that will impact much of central and northeastern locations with the potential for 1-2″ of snow.
This blast of moderate snow to possibly heavy snow at times will be with us for the AM commute Friday so please travel carefully.
Not only will the precip. be a factor but gusty winds possibly near 35 mph from the NW making for low visibility at times!
The moisture should be exiting by midday or so tomorrow but the blustery and cold conditions prevail with highs only in the low to mid-20s.
Our cold stretch continues right into the weekend but temperatures do begin to moderate just a touch through Veteran’s Day with highs into the upper 30s and lower 40s.
A weak system brings some clouds through both Saturday and Sunday but again cooler air filter in just in time for the start of next week.
Temps look to tumble back toward 30° by Monday but I do have some good news! This pattern begins to break down some with highs climbing back toward 50° by Wednesday under mainly sunny skies.
Have a great Thursday!