Snow fell across parts of the Midwest Sunday and added up in the grass. Luckily snow won't stick around on the ground too long. (But at least it's something pretty to look at!) Here's some of the totals that were in Sunday evening and there will likely be more through the night:
Temperatures will be warm enough to melt the snow away Monday afternoon:
There will be a system that passes to the south of Iowa Tuesday and brings rain to Missouri, Illinois. It's possible this shifts further to the north and brings more rain to Iowa.
Temperatures warm up even more Wednesday ahead of another system -
Temperatures will be near/slightly above normal Tuesday afternoon, but we'll be locked in the clouds and rain.
Rain and snow will be possible in the Upper Midwest Wednesday night into Thursday:
It does look like we'll get some drier and warmer weather as we head into April, which will be a nice change of pace. Here's a look at the outlooks for temperatures and precipitation from the Climate Prediction Center for March 30th to April 5th:
Until then we're going to continue to see ups and downs in the temperatures and precipitation every few days with systems moving on through.