Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
505 PM CST Sat Jan 13 2018

Mostly sunny skies prevailed over central to northeast Iowa, much of
Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois late this afternoon. Low stratus
was found across southwest Iowa into eastern Nebraska, northwest
Missouri and eastern Kansas. At 5 PM, temperatures ranged in the
single digits to lower teens above zero with wind chill values as low
as 5 to 10 below. The coldest temperature in Iowa was 3 above zero in
Charles City.

A weak clipper system will skirt across Nebraska into western Missouri
late tonight into Sunday morning. Expect some light snow in this
location along with far southwest Iowa by sunrise Sunday. Another
round of light snow is possible Sunday night into Monday as an Arctic
cold front pushes through the region. Light snow accumulation along
with some blowing snow is possible late Sunday night into Monday over
central to northern Iowa, southern Minnesota and southwest Wisconsin.
Bitter cold temperatures and wind chills will follow on Monday and
Tuesday. By the middle of the week, temperatures look to rebound back
into the 20s and by Thursday above freezing.

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Podrazik


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