Dangerous winter weather will affect central and
southern Iowa Saturday evening to Sunday. Expected the highest
snowfall total of 4 to 8 inches across south and south east
Iowa, with lighter amounts further north to US Highway 30.
There is still uncertainty about the exact trace and strength of the
storm, so are further adjustments in the forecast possible.
In addition, strong north winds of 20 to 40 mph will produce
areas of blowing and drifting snow, resulting in poor visibility
and sometimes in snowfall conditions. The journey is strong
dissatisfied Saturday evening to Sunday.
* WHAT … Snow and snow blowing areas are expected with total snow
accumulations of 1
to 4 inches. The wind rushes as high as 35
* VAR … Central Iowa.
* When … From midnight tonight to midnight CST Sunday evening.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS … Plan on snowy and lame conditions
conditions. Snowfall areas can significantly reduce the sight
A winter weather Snow advise means that snow forecasts
give rise to travel problems. Forget the snowy roads
and limited visibility and be careful when driving.
The latest road conditions for the State to which you can call
can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.