After a little sunshine today, clouds will be on the increase this evening. Light snow will be possible across the state by Wednesday afternoon. Total accumulations from any snow on Wednesday will be less than an inch.
Another system will move through the state Thursday afternoon into Friday. This bring a better chance for accumulating snow. As of now, 1″ to 3″ of snowfall accumulations will be possible, with the greatest accumulations across northwest and north central Iowa.
A strong cold front will move through the state Friday afternoon into Saturday, which will create for strong wind gusts. These strong wind gusts will create for blowing snow, which may reduce visibilities. This cold front will also trigger a few light snow showers on Saturday, but no significant snowfall accumulations will be likely.
Arctic air will move into the state by Sunday with lows dropping into the single digits, with wind chills 10 to 20-degrees below zero.