The next system moves in Friday and Saturday bringing the chance for rain. This cold front won’t just bring rain; it will bring in strong winds. Winds will pick up speed Friday and especially into Saturday. Winds will blow out of the northwest at roughly 15 to 25 mph. Wind gusts will likely become stronger at times, reaching over 35 mph Saturday afternoon. Keep in mind when driving a high profile vehicle to slow down and watch for other vehicles.
The cold front that has moved through was potent! Not in the way of precipitation, but in the way of temperatures. Overnight lows are expected to drop into the teens. With lows dropping into the teens, we’re pushing near record. When you factor in a chilly northerly wind, wind chills will drop into the single digits. High temperatures will stay only in the middle to upper 30s for tomorrow across eastern Iowa.
Winds are going to get stronger throughout the day and especially into the evening hours as a cold front pushes through eastern Iowa. Expect wind speeds to pick up out of the northwest at 15 to 30 mph tonight and into the overnight hours. Winds get even stronger throughout Friday afternoon, out of the northwest at 20 to 30 mph. Donâ€™t expect them to die down anytime soon. Wind gusts will likely reach near 40 mph or stronger.
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