Things are trending a little more toward the lower end of the snowfall amounts, but still a lot will depend on how quickly things change from rain to snow overnight and tomorrow AM.
Best advice for this one is don't get too hung up on the totals, the winds and low visibilities will be the biggest story, especially with some of the snow melting as it fall and tries to pile up. Warm ground temps will work to melt some of it from the bottom up as well, so even if you get the equivalent of 6" of snow...it is possible it could only pile up to half that.
It is me or did the winter weather warning move quite a bit further south? I looks like SW Iowa isn't going to get as much as they thought and we are going to get more. It just switched over to all snow here in Clive.
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