DES MOINES, Iowa - Super Sunday will be super cold in Central Iowa, then Monday we can expect snow!
A cold front moved through overnight and temperatures have dropped. It was 45 degrees Saturday evening, but we hit our Sunday high of 25 degrees at midnight and temperatures have fallen since.
WHO Channel 13 meterologist Amber Alexander forecasts temperatures in the low teens through the rest of the day Sunday with no real warm up. Winds will will create cold wind chills, coming from the northwest at 15 to 25 mph. There was a dusting of snow overnight and so some light snow will blow across the roadways with the winds.
Snow coming Monday
Clouds return overnight and then snow arrives on Monday, likely starting after the morning rush hour traffic, after 9 AM.
Light to moderate snow will fall at times during the day bringing anywhere from 2 to 4″ with some locally higher amounts. Travel may be slow at times on Monday, so plan extra time. Temperatures will be in the low 20s. The snow will taper off Monday evening.
Tuesday will be another cold day with partly sunny skies and highs in the low 20s. There is another chance of some light snow on Tuesday evening. Wednesday and Thursday will be quiet with highs in the 20s and 30s. We end the week on Friday with another chance of snow.