A weak low pressure system brought light snow along with some patchy freezing drizzle to the Upper Missisippi River Valley region on Tuesday. Snowfall amounts generally were less than 2 inches, though there were a few locations that received a bit more. For a listing of the latest snowfall reports, please click here.
Looking ahead, a storm system will develop over the Central Plains Wednesday morning, then rapidly lift to the northeast. Accumulating snowfall on the north side of the system could affect the Upper Mississippi River Valley region Wednesday night, mainly across northeast Iowa and southern Wisconsin. Some uncertainty still remains on the storm track, though it appears much of the snow will stay to the south. Up to an inch of accumulation is possible, again mainly across northeast Iowa and southern Wisconsin.