Possible Snow, Cold Temps On Tap For Weekend

Overnight expect to see widespread snow showers with accumulations up to an 1 inch. The low temperature Sunday night should be in the low 20s, with highs in the mid to upper 30s Monday. The wettest weather early on will be across Cullman, Walker, Fayette, Lamar, Marion and Winston counties and then this afternoon that area shifts eastward.

Weak cold front sags south through the area bringing a few light rain showers during the late evening hours.

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Overnight lows entering this morning were expected to dip into the lower to mid teens. Tonight, the sky remains clear and we are in for another cold night across eastern Iowa, with near record low temperatures in the teens, with colder wind chills. Look for many to drop into the mid20s.

Clouds will thicken across the region Sunday night as a low pressure system in Nebraska moves east.

Tuesday will be dry with partly sunny skies. Lows will be in the 30s and low 40s. As temperatures rise into the 40s, any snow that is in the area will begin mixing over to rain. On Saturday, the temperature is forecast to reach 27 degrees before the chance of more snow returns Sunday. We will likely have very nice days on Tuesday and Wednesday, with highs approaching 60, before some more unsettled conditions cloud the forecast for the weekend. Winds will start off light and variable. Our latest thinking is that Saturday's high temperatures will be well into the 60s and perhaps someone is even able to get to 70 degrees!

Spring was finally in the air earlier in the week throughout the region.