The Warning is for a combination of freezing rain, sleet, snow and wind.
Rain is expected to change to snow and ice pellets this morning.
WHERE.Portions of north central into northwest Iowa. Travel will be hard and in some cases not possible.
The South Dakota Highway Patrol is cautioning everyone to stay off the roads because of "life threatening" conditions due to wind and snow. West winds 15 to 25 gusting to 40 miles per hour is possible and could produce blowing snow & reduced visibility.
Hazardous travel conditions are expected develop Friday night and continue through the weekend.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch starting at 5 a.m. Saturday and running through noon Sunday for parts of West Michigan. Morning lows Sunday will cause headaches for those who have planted cold sensitive plants with temperatures dipping into the low to upper 20s.
Cooler air will be filtering in from the north, with temperatures falling to the 20s north of the Saginaw Bay for Saturday morning lows, with temperatures around the Tri-Cities and Thumb cooling off around 30.
Blizzard warnings are now up for western Minnesota. Wet slushy roads will come wet and icy Thursday night into Friday morning for valleys and mountain passes. New ice accumulation of around a 0.2 of an inch possible. Mixed precipitation on Sunday. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches and ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch are possible.
Terry Niebeling, a writer from St. Paul, Minnesota, shared the snow accumulation on Friday evening.