**A Freeze Warning is in effect for tonight for southwest Siouxland until tomorrow morning**
**A Freeze Watch is in effect for tomorrow night for southeast Siouxland**
SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – A cold front made its way over us late last night and into today, and that colder air mass has really cooled things down.
Early this morning most of us we reached our high for the day, which was in the 50s.
Then temperatures quickly took a steady decline, with most of the day in the 30s.
The winds were a bit stronger again today, with gusts reaching up to 35 mph.
The combination of the cold air and the wind gusts, had most of us feeling like we were in the upper 20s.
So it has definitely been a colder day, with areas out west more than 30 degrees colder than just 24 hours ago.
Along with the cold weather, there has also been some rain, and even some light snow very far west.
Tonight, we may continue to see some drizzle, in the very late hours that could turn to freezing drizzle.
Areas further west could see some light flurries as well.
Those winds stay gusty, and the low will be in the low 30s, many areas around Siouxland may drop below the freezing point.
Friday does not warm up much from there.
The high for Friday is in the upper 30s, and the wind chills will continue to make us feel colder than that.
We could get some freezing drizzle in the early morning, so be cautious for the morning commute.
Most of us will see some drizzle, and a few areas (mainly out west) could get some light flurries.
Friday night will still be windy, with a low in the mid 20s, by this point everyone in Siouxland is likely to drop below freezing, so take in any plants.
Saturday will continue to be windy, and colder, with a high in the mid 40s.
Sunday will be partly cloudy, with a high in the upper 40s.
Monday and Tuesday will be partly cloudy, with a high in the mid 50s.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny, with a high in the mid 50s.