A little bit of everything can be expected this week with more warm temperatures today. Highs will vary from the middle 40s northeast near the deep snowpack to the 60s southwest, possibly even reaching 70 again toward the Missouri River. This warm up will result in areas of standing water and also potentially create ice jams and localized flooding north as rivers and streams thaw. The only chances for precipitation this work week will be Tuesday and Tuesday Night in the form of rain changing to snow moving from north to south across Iowa. Many locations may see one to two inches of wet, slushy snow, with more or less possible depending on the timing of the changeover and the degree of melting once the snow begins.