We've dodged the snow in large parts of Iowa for awhile now, but more of the white stuff is on its way. Here's a look at what to expect on Wednesday.

[Updated 3:20 pm] A Winter Storm Watch has now been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning for parts of central and western Iowa (Winter Storm Warning area in pink) throughout the day tomorrow. Some of that area could see more than seven inches of new snow.

National Weather Service

[Updated as of 3:10pm] The National Weather Service has now put a large part of the remainder of the listening area under a Winter Weather Advisory from 9 Wednesday morning thru 6 Thursday morning and upgraded snow expectations to as much as 5 inches for some areas... Cedar Rapids is expected to be closer to the 3-inch range.

National Weather Service

We'll be keeping our eyes on the Alberta Clipper and hoping the bulk of its snow stays away from the Corridor. Keep your ears to the radio or mobile device (via RadioPup) in the coming hours and we'll let you know of any changes to the current forecast.

National Weather Service