The upper Midwest, meanwhile, received a springtime blast of winter weather.
Yet another storm system spread snow through Siouxland today giving KTIV 3.5" with more falling to the north.
Orange City and Vermillion both reported 8.5" to be among the heaviest in Siouxland.
This snow is exiting the region and we'll start to decrease our clouds by later tonight.
Mostly sunny skies on Thursday will lead to melting of the snow as highs get into the 40s across Siouxland.
50s are looking like on Friday in Sioux City as clouds will be on the increase.
Western Siouxland could get in on a couple of rain showers Friday night.
But as most of that system stays south of the KTIV viewing area this weekend, we'll just have to put up with mostly cloudy skies on Saturday as highs get into the upper 50s.
Temperatures keep looking up as Sunday could give us highs around 60 with mid 60s possible by Monday.
Monday and Tuesday could give us a chance of a few rain showers in the region.
But if we're talking rain, it means we're not talking snow as temperatures will be staying a little closer to average finally.
Chief Meteorologist Ron Demers
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