WINDY AND WARMER: Thick Fog Overnight

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Today will be warm. Highs in the upper 40s will take care of most of our snow.

Areas of fog will develop late tonight, especially southeast where patchy dense fog is likely. A storm system will then bring a cold front across Iowa on Thursday and Thursday night, along with rain, freezing rain and snow. There will likely be rain southeast, snow developing northwest, and an icy mix in between as the front moves through. Precipitation amounts will be very light, but any icing could cause travel difficulties at times. Behind this system colder weather will prevail again from Friday through the weekend, with a chance for snow mainly across southeast Iowa late Saturday.

You need to stay tuned to each forecast through the end of the week. These are fast-moving and ever-changing storms.

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