** Winter storm warning for most of Siouxland, including Sioux City, from Tuesday evening to Wednesday afternoon **
** Winter Weather Notice for Yankton, Lincoln and Holt Counties, Tuesday Night to Wednesday Afternoon **
SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – The clouds were growing today and the snow will move in the night and have fun.
A winter storm warning will be in effect from Wednesday to Wednesday for most of Siouxland, including Sioux City, for generalized snow from 5 to 9 inches.
Northwestern Iowa has the best chance of seeing higher amounts of snow and we can not rule out single 10-inch amounts of snow coming down.
The amounts will then be smaller in the west of Siouxland.
Most of the snow should dissipate Wednesday at noon, but the wind will blow very little with this system and the peaks will reach the middle of 20 years.
Thursday seems calm and we will see summits in the middle of the 20s under partly cloudy skies.
We could start seeing weak rains and chances of snow coming back Friday with peaks in the 30s.
Saturday brings a potential winter storm that could start as mixed rainfall on Saturday morning before snowing in the afternoon and continuing until Saturday night.
It is still too early to talk about snow, but the snow may become heavy for parts of the region.
The day will become windy during the day of Saturday. Powdery snow and conditions resembling blizzards can not be excluded.
The snow should end early Sunday morning and the wind will also suffer with maximum sunday morning.
And believe it or not, we will not have finished our work because Monday and Tuesday will give us another chance to see some snow.