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Cloudy this evening with showers after midnight. Low near 60F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40%.
Updated: June 18, 2019 @ 12:39 pm
Tanner Debrower removes ice from the sidewalk outside Cup of Joe on Main Street in Cedar Falls on Monday afternoon.
Veronique Conrad and her husband Dennis sit and read books while at Cup of Joe on Main Street in Cedar Falls on Monday afternoon. They enjoy winter because they like to cross country ski. "It is too cold to ski today," adds Veronique Conrad.
Lori Dieckman walks down Main Street in Cedar Falls to do some shopping on Monday afternoon. Dieckman's flight out of Waterloo was canceled on Saturday so she needed to get out of the house today.
Scott Lowe, left, and Chris Dickerson spend the cold afternoon reading at Cup of Joe on Main Street in Cedar Falls on Monday.
Barb Mohs of Cresco, Iowa, operates a snowblower on the driveway of her home on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, after a blizzard dumped several inches of new snow across much of the state. (Bryon Houlgrave/The Des Moines Register via AP)
Kevin Barnhart of Cresco walks along South Elm Street as snow blows around him Sunday.
A statue on Main Street Cedar Falls catches snow.
Rachel Slifka of Cresco, Iowa, shovels snow off the sidewalk of her home on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, after an overnight winter storm dumped several inches of snow across much of the state. (Bryon Houlgrave/The Des Moines Register via AP)
A giant snowman towers over a yard on Randolph Street in Waterloo on Saturday.
A GLAZY SHADE OF WINTER
Highway 218 is treacherously covered in ice and snow with high winds going across the road Sunday Feb. 24.
Joel Poole shovels snow on the corner of West Sixth and Franklin streets in Cedar Falls.
Cars drive by an plow truck abandoned on the exit for highway 380 Sunday Feb. 24.
A plow pushes past snow on La Porte Road in Waterloo on Sunday.
A truck carries on Jefferson Street carries snow out of downtown Waterloo.
Jamie Thompson clears a path on the sidewalk near Washington Street in Cedar Falls.
A plow truck tries to move snow off the on Highway 218's on ramp Sunday Feb. 24.
A car drives away from Highway 63 which is closed past Hudson because of the inclement weather Sunday.
Kenneth Sabow moves salt on the sidewalk at an apartment complex on W. Fourth St. Sunday Feb. 24.
Washington St. in Waterloo is slightly iced over Sunday Feb. 24.
Barkley Hill catches a blue gill as he ice fishes on Big Woods Lake on Tuesday afternoon. Hill said he has been fishing since 8:30 Tuesday morning and tries to get out there as much as possible.
Barkley Hill waits patiently for a fish to bite his line as he ice fishes on Big Woods Lake on Tuesday afternoon.
Barkley Hill reels in a blue gill as the wind blows snow across his face while he is out ice fishing on Big Woods Lake on Tuesday afternoon.
A rafter of turkeys groups to stay warm as they run behind the Brown Bottle in Cedar Falls Tuesday.
A plow truck travels on Center Street in Cedar Falls Tuesday.
Kenzie Devine, 9, watches a sanitation truck do its job in North Cedar while it snows Tuesday.
A rafter of turkeys runs out of the Cedar River behind the Brown Bottle in Cedar Falls Tuesday.
A rafter of turkeys travels across the Cedar River near Cedar Falls' Brown Bottle Tuesday.
A rafter of turkeys runs behind the Brown Bottle in Cedar Falls Tuesday.
UNI maintenance crews form mountains of snow as they clear parking lots on campus Tuesday in Cedar Falls.
Chassidi Martin took this picture of people along Archer Avenue in Waterloo on Tuesday helping a mail truck through the heavy snow.
Authorities are warning travelers to use caution following heavy snowfall on Feb. 12, 2019.
Snow removal at Washington and Williston Avenue following heavy snowfall on Feb. 12, 2019.
Snow is removed in downtown Waterloo following heavy snowfall Tuesday.
A cedar waxwing feeds on frozen berries in a tree on the University of Northern Iowa campus in Cedar Falls on Thursday.
Anthony Sterns flags down the bus with one of his gloves as he waits for the bus in the snow along St. Francis Drive on Thursday afternoon.
Crews clear piles of snow from West Fifth Street in downtown Waterloo on Wednesday.
Blowing snow swirls across a farm field south of Waterloo Wednesday.
Frigid wind drives snowdrifts back across plowed roads south of Waterloo Wednesday.
Steam rises from the Cedar River in downtown Waterloo on Wednesday morning as air temperatures plunged to a record low of minus 25 degrees with a wind chill of minus 50.
Eleanor Armstrong braves the minus 4 degree weather as she walks down Fifth Street to Dollar General on Tuesday.
Eleanor Armstrong and Steven Esparza walk in negative temperatures along 5th Street in Waterloo to Dollar General on Tuesday afternoon.
Two snow plows work to get a third unstuck on Highway 218 Tuesday in Waterloo.
Travis McBride of Independence provided us this photo of steam rising from the frozen Wapsipinicon River in Independence at 8:25 a.m. Tuesday as Arctic air descends on Iowa. The temperature at the time was minus 2 and breezy.
Mike Helten, University of Northern Iowa library assistant, walks up College Street in Cedar Falls past the newly placed no parking signs put in because of the snow emergency Tuesday.
Tim Hamann runs outside the Cedar Valley SportsPlex Tuesday in subzero temperatures.
Rick Wright gets out of a stuck snow plow of Highway 218 between Waterloo and Cedar Falls Tuesday.
Reagan Shonk walks along a frozen College Street in the College Hill area Tuesday in Cedar Falls.
Rick Wright shovels snow around the tire of stuck snow plow on U.S. Highway 218 between Cedar Falls and Waterloo Tuesday.
A wheeled snowblower clears a sidewalk on University Avenue in Cedar Falls Monday.
Despite the cold four people walk down Main Street Cedar Falls Monday.
A frosty Cedar River near the First Street Bridge in Cedar Falls on Monday.
A Cedar Falls Utility truck carries snow across Main Street bridge Monday.
A man makes his way down East Park Avenue in bitter cold Monday.
Waterloo East 4th Street was still slushy Monday afternoon during one 2019's coldest weeks so far.
Bryan Vaughn, right, and Rick Milks clear snow from the front steps of Queen of Peace Church on Mulberry Street in Waterloo Monday.
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