MORE SNOW, THEN A CHANCE FOR STORMS....

Snow fell Saturday morning parts of the Midwest, mostly in Iowa! The snow was heavy at times and accumulated on elevated surfaces, cars, and grass. Here's a look at the snowfall totals:

With the chill set in there's a chance for another batch of a wintry mix/snow on Monday. There will be a chance in the late morning/early afternoon as a disturbance tracks through the Midwest. There's some uncertainty on the intensity and placement of the snow right now.

Here's a look at the GFS:

The hi-resolution NAM:

There may be some minor snow/sleet accumulations once again in grassy and elevated areas.

Temperatures will be held down in the 30s to low 40s Monday afternoon:

Temperatures will be in the 50s Tuesday and Wednesday and the precipitation will shift to rain as systems come through. The pattern is going to be pretty active through the rest of the week. There will be a chance for rain Tuesday:

And then a stronger storm system moves in late Wednesday into Thursday. This storm will draw up warmer air and send temperatures into the 60s and possibly even 70s Thursday afternoon:

There will likely be showers and even thunderstorms as this system comes through:

Get ready for a weather roller coaster this week! RK

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