Freeze Warning for all of northwest Iowa tonight and early wednesday

Detailed Forecast


Last Updated November 8th at 7:15am

Snow is expected to begin at 6am this morning and end 12am Saturday. Snow could be heavy at times during the morning hours. Windy with winds 25-30 MPH and gusts to 45 MPH will cause blowing snow and near whiteout conditions. High in the low 30s. Lows in the mid 20s with winds 25-30 (Gusts to 45) miles per hour and a chance of light snow. Total snowfall accumulation of 8-12 inches possible.

8:00am – 12:00pm: Snow developing, becoming heavy. Accumulation of 2-4″.

12:00pm – 4:00pm: Snow, heavy at times and windy. Visibility reduced to around 1/4 mile. Accumulation of 4-6″.

4:00pm – 8:00pm: Snow, becoming moderate and windy. Visibility reduced to around 1/2 mile. Accumulation of 1-2″.

8:00pm – 12:00am: Snow, becoming light and windy. Accumulation of less than 1″.

Forecaster: Bruner


Freezing rain is possible starting at 4am and ending at 6am. Freezing rain will remain light through the early morning hours. Otherwise, mostly cloudy through the day with highs in the upper 20s. Winds expected to be 5-10 MPH. Total ice accumulation of less than a tenth of an inch possible.

Night: Mostly clear with a low in the lower 20s.


Partly sunny with highs in the mid 30s. Winds expected to be 5-10 MPH. Low in the lower 20s. No precipitation expected.

Night: Mostly cloudy with a low in the upper 20s.


Light snow is possible starting at 6am and ending at 12pm. Light snow through the morning hours could cause some slick spots on hard surfaces. Otherwise, mostly cloudy through the day with a high in the low 30s. Winds expected to be 5 MPH to calm. Total snow accumulation of 1 inch possible.

Night: Mostly Cloudy with a lows in the mid 20s.



Hazard Overview

Tuesday 1/21: Total snowfall accumulation of 8-12″ possible. Snow will accumulate on the hard surfaces and make for very hazardous driving conditions. Wind chill be another factor in Today’s weather setup, bundle up when you go out the door this morning.

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