A quick moving system will provide a band of light snow this evening and bring up to an inch over portions of central to southern Iowa.
Snow will begin to enter western Iowa after 9pm this evening. Snow will then continue to spread to the southeast through the evening, and will begin to fall across central Iowa around midnight. Blustery winds are likely to blow around the very light snow and may cause some visibility restrictions at time.
Snowfall accumulations will generally be light. Accumulations of 1 to 2 inches will be likely across western Iowa. The dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills look to remain across the state until Tuesday morning when the state is likely to finally rise above zero.