Monday morning will begin with very cold temperatures in the lower single digits. Wind chills will dip below zero and near -10° at some times.
A Winter Weather Advisory will take effect by 9am tomorrow morning. Hazardous travel conditions will be a primary threat when the snow begins, reducing visibility and covering roadways.
By 10:00AM, a snow system will be crossing central Iowa and begin to threaten our far western counties. By noon, the snow will reach the Iowa/Illinois border, including the Quad Cities; eventually, the area will be fully spread with snowfall by 2pm.
Accumulations could reach as high as 6 inches along the I-80 corridor, mostly in Central and Western Iowa. All of the Local 4/Fox 18 viewing area will see at least 2" of snow.
By the evening, the back edge will be swinging through the QC region, exiting our counties entirely by 11pm.
No schools have posted closing as of 8:30pm Sunday evening, however early dismissals would not be out of the question..
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