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A prolonged light to moderate snowfall event is expected today into tonight. The highest snowfall totals remain focused over the northwestern third of the state where 3-4”+ is possible once snow begins later this morning and afternoon. The snow is expected to hold off until late this afternoon and evening for locations further south and east, including the DSM metro. Hazardous travel conditions are possible, including the Monday AM commute if any snow lingers into the Monday morning hours.
More cold temperatures and brisk wind chills are forecast Monday into Tuesday. Low temperatures Monday night will drop into the single digits and teens with light north winds resulting in wind chills as cold as zero by Tuesday morning. Definitely need to break out the winter coat, gloves, and hat if you haven't already. Warmer temperatures are forecast by the middle to later part the week.