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Rain is moving into southern and southeastern Iowa late tonight. It will transition to snow in the eastern portions of the state overnight into early Saturday. There is a Winter Weather Advisory for the Quad Cities into northern Illinois. Temperatures will fall to the middle 30s by morning.

Saturday will again be mild with highs back in the lower to middle 50s for central Iowa. Cooler temperatures will stick in northern Iowa.
Scattered showers and isolated storms will move out of Missouri into southern Iowa late Saturday night. Temperatures will be cooler early Sunday with a chance for rain changing to snow over the I-80 corridor west of Des Moines by 8 AM. There will be some light snow falling as the next cold front moves through the state, but little to no accumulation is expected in Des Moines. There could be an inch or two of snow in western Iowa early Sunday. Drier air will return and take away threats of snow by Sunday afternoon.

Next week looks active again and temperatures will stay just below average. The best chance for heavier rain will move in by next Thursday. There is a chance for rain/snow mix early Friday.

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