Snow chances on the way in central Iowa

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Light snow Monday night with a view to storm Wednesday



METEOROLOGIST ANNE CAMPOLONGO. AND AND YES WE REALLY FOCUS HERE ON THE IMPACT WE WILL SEE AS ​​WE MOVE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND BEYOND. JUST FOR THE BIG HOLIDAY WEEKEND. THE TEMPERATURES NOW WE ARE COLD BUT THIS IS NOWHERE WE WILL BE AT THE END OF THE WEEK WHERE THE TEMPERATURES TURN TO ZERO ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. IF NOT UNDER THAT. BUT WE ARE NOW AT 30 IN ANKENY 31 IN DES MOINES. NOW FEELS LIKE TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW TWENTIES. I THINK THE TEMPERATURES HERE WILL LOWER TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MORNING WE WILL BE IN THE SINGLE DIGIT. TOMORROW A COLD START. BUT I THINK WE WILL SEE MORE SUNSHINE HERE ON YOUR TUESDAY AT LEAST DURING PARTS OF THE DAY. SOME SNOW LIGHT SNOW FALLING OVER EASTERN PARTS OF THE STATE. FOR THE MOST PART WE HAVE SOME BURSTS OF MAYBE SOME MEDIUM TO HEAVY SNOW OUT TO NEWTON TO PORTIONS OF JASPER COUNTY, DOWN THROUGH MONROE. AND THEN WE ENTER WARREN AND MARION COUNTIES. THERE IS ALSO SNOW TO KNOXVILLE, PELLA, OSKALOOSA. SO SOME LIGHT SNOWBUILDING CONTINUE TONIGHT. AGAIN, DON’T WATCH BIG EFFECTS OF THE SNOW TONIGHT. BUT WHAT WE’RE LOOKING AT IS THE POTENTIAL FOR REALLY STRONG WINDS, VERY COLD, BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES. AND THEN ON TOP OF ALL THAT SNOW OR EVEN BLIZZARD-LIKE CONDITIONS HERE AS WE TARGET THE MIDDLE AND END PART OF THE WORK WEEK. SO WE TALKED ABOUT THE WIND AND THE WIND COLD WITH MORE ABOUT THAT WE WANT TO SEND IT TO CHIEF METEOROLOGIST CHRIS GLONINGER. HE WATCHES THOSE DETAILS FOR THIS PART OF THE FORECAST. AND THE WINDS THAT RISE DURING THE SECOND PHASE OF THIS UPCOMING STORM. WHERE WILL THE SNOW START TO FALL WEDNESDAY? WE HAVE ONLY 15 TO 20 MILES AN HOUR, BUT WATCH THEY ARE CLIMBING THURSDAY NIGHT, WITH WEATHER PLANE OF APPROXIMATE 40 MILES AN HOUR. AND THERE IS A TIME WHEN THOSE WINDS CAN SHIFT MILES AN HOUR AS WE ENTER THE DAY ON FRIDAY. SO EVEN AFTER THE FINAL FLAKES FALL ON FRIDAY DAY WE WILL PROBABLY REVIEW STIFTING SNOW AS A MAJOR CONCERN. LET’S LOOK AT THE TIMELINE. WIND COOL THROUGH THE NIGHT AND UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING, FALLING BELOW ZERO. YOU THINK THAT’S BAD BUT WATCH WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE ENTER THE PERIOD LATER ON THURSDAY NIGHT. AND THEN ON FRIDAY MORNING THE WIND WILL BECOME BETWEEN 30 AND 40 DEGREES BELOW ZERO AT THAT POINT. DANGEROUSLY, COLD WILL STAY INTO THE DAY ON SATURDAY BEFORE WE SEE THIS WINTER POWER RELEASE ITS GRIP OVER CENTRAL IOWA. SO FOR MORE ABOUT THE TIMING WE SHIP IT BACK TO AND TALK ABOUT WHEN IT WAS EXPECTED. AND AGAIN, NO PROBLEMS TOMORROW. TUESDAY IS A LITTLE BREAK BEFORE THIS SYSTEM REALLY MOVES TO WEDNESDAY. TOMORROW SOME SUNSHINE AND THEN CLOUDS ARE UP BY WEDNESDAY MORNING EARLY. WE ARE POSTED WITH THE MOVEMENT GUYS IF YOU START WEDNESDAY AND THE SNOW GETS HERE SO EARLY AFTERNOON. FOR SOME OF US, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE IN THE NORTHWEST AND WESTERN PARTS OF THE STATE, IT BEGINS REALLY TO GET ON AS WE MOVE TO DINNER HOUR AND COMMUTE HOUR ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, WE WILL ROUND FROM MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW SEE OVERNIGHT FROM WEDNESDAY TILL EARLY MORNING. THIS IS AROUND 5 AM SO WE STILL HAVE SNOW IN THE CENTRAL EAST AND SOUTH IOWA STATE. AND THE NOTIFICATION ON THURSDAY, CLOSER TO FIVE AND 6:00, THE SNOW WILL BEGIN TO CLOSING. WE PROBABLY END WITH THE SNOW THURSDAY EVENING. BUT THEN THE STRONG WINDS COME HERE THURSDAY NIGHT TO FRIDAY. SO ONCE AGAIN, WEDNESDAY, IF YOU DO SOME PLANNING FOR PLANNING PURPOSES, IF YOU HAVE TO DRIVE, IT’S PROBABLY BETTER TO START EARLY ON WEDNESDAY IF YOU CAN. THE SNOW WILL PROBABLY COME HERE IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. AND THEN THURSDAY, THAT’S WHEN THE WINDS WILL RISE. THE COLD WEATHER IS GETTING HERE, THE COLD TEMPERATURES, THE BITTER COLD WINDS ARE ARRIVING THURSDAY. THEY STAY UNTIL FRIDAY. WE HAVE THOSE STRONG WINDS ALL THE WAY UNTIL POTENTIALLY THE FIRST PART OF SATURDAY. SO DIFFICULT TRAVEL PLANS AS WE ALL KNOW AS WE MOVE CLOSER TO THE WEEKEND. TONIGHT GETS COLD, DROP TO THE SINGLE DIGITS. AND THEN TOMORROW’S FORECAST TAKES US JUST TO THE TEENS, 13, THE HIGH MORNING AND AMES WE TALKING SOME DIGITS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES. THE FURTHER NORTH YOU GO TOMORROW AFTERNOON, THE FORECAST FOR 8 DAYS LOOKS LIKE THIS. SOME SUNSHINE TOMORROW, SNOW GETS HERE BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND. EVENING. THURSDAY IT WILL STAY WITH US THE BIGGEST DAY OF THE DAY. AND THEN THE BITTER COLD sets in for FRIDAY, SATURDAY

Light snow Monday night with a view to storm Wednesday

We continue the themes of bitter cold, high winds and gusts, and increasing snowfall as we get closer to the holiday weekend. Interactive radar | Weather warnings There will be light snow on Monday night, but nothing major. Tomorrow will be brighter and sunnier, but the peaks don’t end until midday in the teens. The snow starts Wednesday evening – probably around dinner time or so. The snow will continue through Thursday. Blizzard-like conditions may occur especially Thursday when winds pick up. The strongest winds appear to be arriving Thursday evening — with gusts in excess of 40 MPH. The snow stops Thursday night and Friday looks mostly dry at this point. Friday will be our coldest day, with sub-zero maxima and dangerous chills from the strong wind. The dangerous cold and bitter chills will stay with us through Saturday. It’s best to avoid Thursday-Friday travel from now on. That seems like the worst time period right now. WATCH: How do you prepare for winter weather? Forecast: Monday night: Cloudy with snow showers, especially in the evening. Low 7F. SSW winds turning to NNW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 50%.Tuesday: Sun and clouds mixed. Very cold. High 16F. Wind NNW at 10 to 15 mph.Wednesday: Cloudy with snow showers during the afternoon. High 24F. Wind ESE from 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 70%. Snow accumulations less than 2.5 cm.

We continue the themes of bitter cold, strong winds and gusts, and increasing snowfall as we get closer to the holiday weekend.

Interactive radar | Weather alerts

Monday night there will be some light snow, but nothing worth mentioning. Tomorrow will be brighter and sunnier, but the peaks don’t end until midday in the teens.

winter storm watch

Snow starts Wednesday evening – probably around dinner time or so. The snow will continue through Thursday. Blizzard-like conditions may occur especially Thursday when winds pick up.

The strongest winds appear to be arriving Thursday evening — with gusts in excess of 40 MPH. The snow stops Thursday night and Friday looks mostly dry at this point. Friday will be our coldest day, with sub-zero maxima and dangerous chills from the strong wind. The dangerous cold and bitter chills will stay with us through Saturday. It’s best to avoid Thursday-Friday travel from now on. That seems like the worst time period right now.

WATCH: How to prepare for winter weather.

Prediction:

Monday night: Cloudy with snow showers, especially in the evening. Low 7F. SSW winds turning to NNW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 50%.

Tuesday: Sun and clouds alternate. Very cold. High 16F. Wind NNW of 10 to 15 mph.

Wednesday: Cloudy with snow showers in the afternoon. High 24F. Wind ESE from 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 70%. Snow accumulations less than 2.5 cm.

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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