Highs Monday will only reach a solid 5° with wind chills during the day well below 0. Snow will develop into eastern Iowa by late morning and continue to spread over the rest of the area through the afternoon before ending this evening. Snow will begin to pass through after the sunrise, and it is expected to last throughout the afternoon and early evening.
We have a decent amount of snow on the way today! Currently, many roads and interstates are covered in snow and ice and have reduced visibilities due to blowing snow.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Ford and Iroquois counties from 12 p.m. Friday until 12 a.m. Saturday. Snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected. Greatest snow impacts should be along and North of I-90.
The weather impact will be for the northern and southern Clearwater mountains, and the Bitteroot/Sapphire mountains.
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