From First Alert Weather Center Television Meteorologist Tyler Roney

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for eastern parts of the region for most of Saturday. A Blizzard Warning will be in effect to replace that Winter Storm Warning beginning Saturday.

The wind gusts will be as high as 40 to 50 mph across the area on Saturday which will continue to lead to travel concern overall. Expect lowered visibilities throughout the day as the wind doesn't calm down until late Saturday night. Falling temperatures will continue throughout Saturday as well re-enforcing a layer of ice across the area on the roadways and sidewalks.

Sunday we'll be back in the lower single digits for highs. Sunshine will be back, but this is when conditions will finally improve slightly. We'll finally get to see some warmer air return next week as highs come back into the 20's and even the 30's as well.

If you don't have to travel tonight, it's best not to. Conditions remain dangerous across a good majority of the area not only locally but also eastbound toward Des Moines and Minneapolis.

Stay with your First Alert Weather Team as we track this storm.

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