Remember the talk of a potential storm hitting Southeast Iowa next week? The National Weather Service continues to watch for it, with the latest information providing a sense of comfort. Early indications suggest the greatest impacts from this system will affect southeastern Iowa, with between 50-70% chances of *minor* winter travel impact.
Strong winds are likely to occur, which would cause blowing snow. The good news is that the temperature near the ground may be near to above freezing at times, which would limit the snow amounts. Monday through Tuesday continues to be the most likely timeframe.