CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- As we continue to struggle with temperatures and a typical spring warm-up, our next system will be bringing a chance for more wintry weather to parts of eastern Iowa early in the workweek.
Monday night, as moisture starts returning to the atmosphere, areas of drizzle and a few showers are possible. Areas around Highway 20 and north will have to be watched for some patchy icy conditions as temperatures will likely be below freezing.
Heading into Tuesday, chances for rain ramp up, along with the chance for wintry mix and snow in our northern counties. Eventually, as colder air wraps around the back side of this system, a complete change over to snow is likely for most.
Snow accumulations will look to be the highest north, and taper off farther south. As it looks now, 1-3’’ are possible from Highway 20 and north, with a trace to an inch possible south to Interstate 80.