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A winter weather advisory is still in place for northeastern Iowa. You can see heavier amounts of snow have fallen just east of Waterloo. La port City reported over 3 inches of snow.
Now we have light freezing drizzle falling behind this storm. Roads will be icy in that area of Iowa overnight.
We are not going to see much precipitation out of this system. The drier NE wind is taking away the moisture from the Metro area.
Here was the latest advisory update from the NWS.

Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for northeastern Iowa until 6 am Tuesday… accumulating snows have all but ended across the advisory area. Occasional flurries or light snow may fall for the rest of the afternoon…but with little or no additional accumulation. However light freezing rain or freezing drizzle may develop early this evening lasting into the night…especially in the Mason City and Waterloo areas. many roads will remain slick and snow covered from previous snows…with additional travel difficulties possible later this evening due to minor ice accumulations. A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibility…and use caution while driving.