The winds won't help either, out of the east at 10 to 20 miles per hour which will make it feel as cold as the 30s for most of the day.
Some communities could see temperatures reach as high as the low 70s by this afternoon.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for Saturday and Sunday, as a wet, cold couple of days will lead to sleet and ice accumulations in much of the area. A cold front will approach on Sunday morning and winds will increase.
Tomorrow is still going to be warm with a high of 82 degrees and a partly cloudy skies.
Friday our powerful storm system arrives.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low at 24. WIND ADVISORY for Saturday as winds could gust as high as 45 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 miles per hour along lakefront.
Rainfall totals by Monday morning could exceed 2″ in some spots
The end of our incredible stretch of weather is here with one last pleasant forecast coming up for Thursday before we dip into a slightly more progressive pattern.
Light rain and a few thunderstorms tracked through overnight in northeast Iowa. A RED FLAG WARNING is in effect for Franklin County until 8PM for the dry and windy conditions.
By Monday, and just in time for the morning commute we should see a break from the rain and possibly sunny skies.
We will start Monday with clouds and showers but sunshine will return for the afternoon.
A good way to stay ahead of severe weather is by downloading the free KPLC weather app and setting up notifications to receive audible severe weather alerts while you are sleeping.
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