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No one likes to see snow in April, but we know it happens! The best part about snow in April is that it usually doesn't stick around very long. Here's a look at some of the snowfall reports in Iowa from the Saturday morning snow:

Golden shovel went to Dubuque with a whopping 4.5" -- impressive! This system brought some big snowflakes thanks to the spring moisture in place. Here's a wider look at the snowfall in the Midwest:

The sun came out in the afternoon and temperatures climbed into the 40s... and poof, the snow was gone!

Sunday will start off dry and temperatures will climb into the 40s and 50s under sunshine initially:

Yet another storm system will move in and bring rain by the afternoon:

Because the storm system comes in later, snow will be confined to the north. Snow will fall near and north of the Iowa/Minnesota border. Some rain may linger into Monday morning, then the rest of the day will be cloudy and dry with temperatures in the 40s:

Clouds remain in place Tuesday as a push of warm air moves in ahead of our next storm system:

The storm system arrives with another round of rain late Tuesday into Wednesday:

We likely get into a dry slot Wednesday afternoon and have a lull in the activity before rain/snow rotate in on the backside on Thursday:

We're caught in an active pattern! It's not all bad - we could use the rain! RK