Foggy conditions throughout the morning. Clouds remain on Wednesday. Highs near 30 degrees. East winds 5-10 mph.
The next storm system arrives Wednesday night with a 70% chance of wintry mix/light snow/sleet and freezing rain. Snow/sleet accumulations are less than half inch. Ice accumulations are less than 0.10". Overnight lows near 27 degrees. East winds 5-10 mph.
Cloudy skies with a 40% chance of wintry mix/freezing rain, mainly early. Highs near 33 degrees on Thursday. NW winds 5-10 mph.
Temperatures will drop Thursday night. Overnight lows falling to 20 degrees under mostly cloudy skies.
As we close out the week, we are keeping an eye on the next big snow storm to effect the Heartland. Right now we have a 20% chance of snow during the day. Highs near 30 degrees.
Snow chances will increase to 90% into the evening and overnight. Overnight lows dropping to near 22 degrees.
Moderate to heavy snow continues on Saturday along with blustery conditions. Turning colder as highs struggle to reach 23 degrees.
Snow exits Saturday night but we will be dealing with very frigid temperatures as lows plummet to 3 degrees Saturday night.
Bitter cold on Sunday as highs struggle to reach 11 degrees with mostly sunny skies.
Mostly clear skies Sunday night as lows once again drop to 7 degrees.
Mostly sunny skies on Monday. Not as cold with highs warming to the low 20's.
Increasing clouds Monday night with lows in the mid to upper teens.
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