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A few flurries will linger into the overnight as lows drop to the upper teens and low 20’s. Sunshine will be scarce for Friday as clouds will generally rule the day. Spring-like temperatures will be in short supply as we head into the weekend with low to mid 30’s expected Friday through Sunday. Another chance for snow arrives Monday into Tuesday though it’s too early to call totals. Behind that snow we’ll see a chance at a warming trend for the second half of next week.

The clouds will continue to peel away overnight leaving us with some sunshine for Saturday though they roll back in through Sunday. Overall the weekend looks quiet and cool with highs in the low to mid 30's. Our next chance for snow arrives Monday and continues into Tuesday. Right now it's too early to call totals, but the current track puts Eastern Iowa in the path for measurable snow early in the week. Warmer temperatures will gradually take over starting Wednesday.

Slowly the moisture moves to the east bringing drier conditions. Overnight, as the temperatures drop, a few light scattered snow showers are possible. The weekend still is looking like a warm-up heads east. High temperatures on Saturday near 50, with 60 degrees possible on Sunday. Showers and thunderstorms chances increase again by Sunday.

The pleasant weather is going to continue today. We'll have a mostly sunny sky and low humidity once again. Our wind will be light as highs reach the middle 70s. Lows tonight will fall back to the lower 50s. A few more clouds work into the area tomorrow, but rain ought to stay to our west, with highs here reaching the middle 70s. We're in the upper 70s Friday and around 80 for the weekend under a mostly sunny sky.

Get set for another wild swing in temperature. A very mild southerly flow allows highs on Tuesday to rise near 50 degrees, close to record warmth. This will not continue. A cold front slides across the region Tuesday evening, dropping highs to the teens by Thursday. Rainfall tomorrow and light snow tomorrow night accompany the passage of the front to the south.

We are starting off clear and cold this morning, with clouds increasing by the afternoon hours. Highs today will likely occur by the early evening hours into the middle 20s. A few scattered flurries or light snow showers will be possible this evening and tonight with little to no accumulation expected. Overall, our weather pattern remains very quiet with a chilly day on Thursday, then back to sunshine and 20s again on Friday.

We'll have more sun out there today when compared to yesterday. Even with the scattered clouds, we'll easily get into the middle 30s, with most into the upper 30s today. Our gradual warming trend will continue this week as well with highs in the lower 40s on Wednesday, mid-40s on Thursday and upper 40s to lower 50s by Friday and Saturday. There's a cold front that will move through this weekend and the timing still looks to be Saturday night for the main chance of rain. Some of these…

Clouds roll in tonight and will bring us a chance for scattered showers Saturday. The morning hours look dry, but rain will develop in the afternoon and evening with highs reaching to the low to mid 50’s. Easter Sunday will be a bit cooler with upper 40’s but will remain generally dry. Another cold front could bring some very late evening wintry mix and a few snow showers Sunday night, but little to no accumulation is expected.

There will be a few more clouds out there today than yesterday, and still a chance at an isolated afternoon shower, mainly over southeast Iowa. Temperatures are still going to respond nicely though with highs around 65.

More clouds are in the forecast as a cold front pushes across the state on Valentine’s Day. Overnight quiet 20s are expected with an increase in our westerly wind. Some scattered snow showers are expected to track through the state Thursday. Snowfall amounts will remains on the light side, generally 1” or less. Behind this system colder air moves in with lows, by Saturday morning, dropping into the single digits.