Just like on Tuesday morning, another disturbance takes a similar track across Nebraska and Iowa on Wednesday.
The system is weak, fast moving and will bring the best chance for light precipitation across the metro between 9am until 1pm. The main precipitation type in the metro will be of the liquid variety. Wet snowflakes may briefly mix in, especially if the showers arrive a little earlier when the air is closer to the freezing point.
The air along and especially east of the river will be cold enough and long enough for snow to fall. The computer model is picking up on this moisture and possible accumulation in Denison and Carroll. Snow that falls this time of year has a tough time sticking because ground temperatures are well above freezing. The soil temperatures in Iowa range from the middle to upper 40's.
So while a few flakes may fly, we aren't expecting the snow to become an issue on area roadways. If you do happen to see snow falling, take a picture and share it will us on facebook or email it to us at email@example.com.