Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
420 AM CST WED DEC 17 2014

CLOUDS PERSISTED OVER MUCH OF SOUTHERN AND EASTERN IOWA OVERNIGHT
ALTHOUGH SKIES DID CLEAR FARTHER NORTH AND WEST. THERE WERE A FEW
FLURRIES IN THE CLOUDY AREAS BUT NO ACCUMULATION. EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES WERE QUITE TYPICAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR RANGING FROM
THE SINGLE DIGITS NORTHWEST TO THE LOWER 20S ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI
RIVER. WINDS WERE GENERALLY NORTHWEST AT 5 TO 15 MPH WITH SOME
WIND CHILLS BELOW ZERO NORTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL.

LOW PRESSURE MOVING OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES INTO THE
CENTRAL PLAINS WILL SPREAD SOME LIGHT SNOW...ACCUMULATIONS AN
INCH OR LESS...INTO THE LOWER MISSOURI VALLEY TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
MAINLY FROM SOUTHERN IOWA INTO ADJACENT STATES TO THE SOUTH. FAIR
WEATHER AND SEASONAL TEMPERATURES SHOULD THEN FOLLOW INTO THE
START OF THE WEEKEND. HOWEVER NORTHERN PLAINS LOW PRESSURE WILL
PRODUCE WIDESPREAD CHANCES FOR RAIN OR SNOW OVER MUCH OF THE
MIDWEST FROM LATE SUNDAY INTO TUESDAY WITH TEMPERATURES AT OR
ABOVE NORMAL.

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