Severe Weather Alerts


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***A Wind Chill Advisory is in place for NW Iowa until Noon Monday.***

2 to 4" of snow has accumulated in Central Iowa. Roads remain slick and snow covered. The latest road conditions can be found here.

Southeast winds of 10 to 15 mph will cause minor blowing of snow overnight, and wind chills near -10. Highs on Monday will be quite cold with the fresh snow pack, likely in the low-teens or even single digits across the state.

Temperatures will warm up briefly on Tuesday, but significant snow melt likely won't happen until Friday when highs could hit the 30s.

Here are some of the snow totals so far:
Norwalk 4"
Des Moines 3"
Mason City 3"
Indianola 3"
Ottumwa 2.5"
Knoxville 2.0"
Fort Dodge 1.8"