Off to a city so nice, Iowa named it after itself! Hmmm, seems a bit conceited though, right? Bah, we’ll let it slide this time. They’re good people!
At 1052pm CST, the temperature at Iowa City, IA was 22 degrees under overcast skies. High pressure over the Dakotas/Montana extends into the Midwest tonight, keeping conditions fairly quiet, despite a small bit of flurries scurrying on by towards the southwest. These won’t affect Iowa City overnight as the shift into Missouri. Over the next couple of days, that high pressure will shift directly over the Midwest, keeping the conditions in Eastern Iowa fairly quiet. It’ll be a little bit chillier than it has been the last couple of days, so might have to bundle up just a little more for the rest of the workweek. But at least it’ll be dry!
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 25, Low 14.
Friday: Morning clouds, burning off by afternoon. High 27, Low 11.
TWC: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 26, Low 17.
Friday: Partly cloudy. High 29, Low 17.
AW: Thursday: Partly sunny. High 26, Low 15.
Friday: Clouds giving way to some sun. High 28, Low 14.
NWS: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 25, Low 13.
Friday: Decreasing clouds. High 27, Low 14.
WB: Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 23, Low 17.
Friday: Mostly cloudy. High 27, Low 16.
WN: Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 25, Low 12.
Friday: Partly cloudy. High 27, Low 14.
FIO: Thursday: Partly cloudy starting in the morning, continuing until afternoon. High 28, Low 15.
Friday: Mostly cloudy until afternoon. High 29, Low 16.
There is a bit of cloud cover moving just over the city, mainly off to the southwest. That’s about as exciting as it’s going to get for the rest of the work week.