SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – It’s been blustery and cold day across Siouxland with morning snow showers that dropped just a dusting of snow across the area. Highs topped out in the mid to upper 30s and even low 40s in a few spots, however gusty winds, in excess of 45 mph at times, have driven wind chills into the teens and 20s, making it feel much colder for the day today.

We’ll see winds ease overnight into Sunday as lows fall into the upper teens to around 20° or so with clear conditions for most areas.

More sunshine will be around for our Sunday with highs topping out in the upper 30s to around 40°, so similar to today, but with the absence of today’s windy conditions, it should feel a lot nicer for tomorrow, although seasonally chilly.

Warmer for Monday with highs in the mid to even upper 40s before another cold front sweeps through, knocking temperatures back into the mid to upper 30s and low 40s Tuesday into Wednesday with Tuesday looking to likely be the coldest day of the 9-on-9 forecast at this point and also looks to be partly cloudy with potentially some flurries or sprinkles around.

Temperatures rise once again for Thursday, nearing 50° with more clouds added in. Seasonal chill returns once again for Friday heading into the weekend and we’re keeping an eye on a system that could bring the potential for a wintry mix Friday into Saturday, again, something we’ll be watching closely as it develops.

Partly cloudy conditions hang on through the end of the extended forecast, as do temperatures tight around seasonal, if not slightly above in the upper 30s and low 40s.

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