National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Little change in the weather is anticipated into Monday with low cloudiness in many locations and some patchy fog as well. Overnight lows should mainly be in the 30s. Some improvement is expected into Monday with at least some sun anticipated east. It will be warmer as well with highs from the lower 40s northwest to lower 50s southeast. Most spots will remain dry through Monday, but a system passing just to our south will include only slight chances for light rain far west and southwest early in the day. Better chances for precipitation arrive Tuesday in the form of light snow northwest.
Light snow is expected to spread into portions of western and northern Iowa late Monday night and persist through the day Tuesday. Light accumulations of 1-2 inches will be possible in the far northwestern portion of the forecast area, with even lower amounts farther southeast. The light snow is expected to taper off during the afternoon hours Tuesday with some melting as well, but the snow may impact the morning commute far west and northwest. Some slick spots on roads are expected, but widespread travel impacts are unlikely with winds light.