Tonight is colder than temperatures drop into the single digits for some locations. The wind becomes light after midnight with a clear to cloudy sky above.
Clouds increase Tuesday morning with a wintry mix expected after 2 pm.
Sleet and freezing rain is more likely south and east of a line from Cedar Rapids to Dubuque Tuesday afternoon and evening. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect during this time.
In the advisory area, a 0.10 ”of ice is possible. Areas north and west of the above mentioned line should expect a wintry mix of freezing rain / sleet / snow. Around 1 "of snow is possible with any ice to be less than 0.10". Roads will be slick in the afternoon and evening. Allow extra travel time and drive slow on the roads if you are going to travel.
A wintry mix of freezing rain / sleet and snow is expected to develop early in the afternoon and continue into the evening. It turns colder overnight changing the mix to light snow. A few snow showers might linger into Thursday morning. Too early on specifics, such as exact locations and amounts at this time.
Thursday is windy with temperatures dropping from the upper 20s in the morning to the upper teens in the afternoon. Friday is cold with highs near 10 and north west wind pushing wind chills below zero.
Saturday is dry and another chance of snow is possible on Sunday. Highs are in the 20s this weekend.