There's a small chance for a few light snow showers into early Tuesday, but any impacts will be more likely farther east into central Iowa. Temperatures actually warm into the mid 30s by the time you're heading out the door Tuesday morning.
We'll warm up quickly on Tuesday thanks to gusty south winds, into the mid 40s, but it's short lived. A cold front arrives early in the afternoon and temperatures drop behind it as northwest winds bring in much cooler air.
The cold snap for Wednesday is also short lived, but highs will only make it into the mid 20s. "Milder" temperatures return toward the end of the week. Thursday looks to get back into the mid 30° range with Friday back towards the 40s.
We will ring in the new year with really cold air. Temperatures are set to drop into the teens for our highs on Saturday, if not colder. High temperatures by the week will be in the teens and 20s. Overnight lows could land in the single digit range. We're watching another system heading our way that could bring snow to the area on Saturday, too.
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