Accumulating snow moves in Saturday night
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Our next system will move through eastern Iowa Saturday night and into Sunday morning bringing the next chance of accumulating snow.
The majority of the day on Saturday will be dry and cloudy. There is the chance that a few isolated snow showers could pop up in the afternoon, but the majority of the activity looks to move into the TV9 viewing area past 7-8 p.m. Saturday night. Snow will be falling through the overnight hours and moving to the east and should move out of the area between 6-7 a.m.
Areas from Tama-Cedar Rapids and to the north could see the potential of 2-4″ of snowfall from our next system. Cold air in place will lead to a fluffier consistency that could pile up quickly. This could lead to slick road conditions Sunday morning as well. Areas south of Cedar Rapids could see trace amounts to 2″ of snow.
Temperatures this weekend will range from the low 20s on Saturday after a chilly morning with temperatures below zero to the upper 20s on Sunday.
We do have another system that will move through the area late Sunday and throughout the day on Monday. The track of this system will depend on timing as well as how much snowfall we could see from it. The potential for accumulating snow is there, so keep coming back to KCRG for the latest updates through the weekend.
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