Confidence is very high in well-below temperatures across Iowa next week. Normal high temperatures for this time of year are generally in the low to mid 50s, and normal lows are in the mid 30s. As of now, there is potential for high temperatures on next Monday and Tuesday to struggle to make it into the 20s for much of Iowa, after low temperatures in the single digits. These values would be around 20 to 30 degrees below normal for this time of year. With highs potentially reaching the 50s, this Saturday (11/9) will likely be the “warmest” day of the next week, so if you have outdoor activities, Saturday may be the day to get them done!
The projected high for Monday is 16 as it stands right now with Monday and Tuesday being the coldest days next week.