The uncertainty over an active weather pattern continues, but as Thursday and Friday draw closer there are new indication that a southerly shift in the storm’s track would spare the state of any major headaches.
The latest forecast track pushes the storm center to a point where only minor accumulations would be expected in southeast Iowa. But there are still concerns when all is said and done the low may track further north that current thinking. Even so, only areas of southeast Iowa would see snow fall of any significant amount. Of course an active storm pattern is taking shape and there are many more chances of snow.
Some weak systems will bring chances of snow for much of the state over the next several days. The good news is at this time no one storm system appears to post a major threat to travel here in Iowa. But it’s a good time to remind you that there’s still a month left in winter and anything can happen in the final days and weeks.