Another major storm is headed towards the Midwest, and may impact northwestern Iowa Wednesday afternoon and evening. Known as a “bomb cyclone,” or storm that rapidly intensifies, the system will bring rain, snow and winds to the area.
This winter storm is expected to deliver the most snow to Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota. The National Weather Service predicts the northwestern part of Iowa will stay warm enough to miss out on some of the heavier snow. However, blowing snow may still cause travel frustrations.