Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
511 AM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

A BAND OF LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW WAS FOUND OVER WEST CENTRAL TO
NORTHERN IOWA EARLY THIS MORNING. ANOTHER BAND OF PRECIPITATION
HAS MOVED INTO INTO SOUTHERN IOWA WITH MAINLY A RAIN AND SNOW MIX.
GUSTY NORTHEAST WINDS HAVE DEVELOPED AND CAUSED SOME VISIBILITY
RESTRICTIONS TO LESS THAN A HALF MILE ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA WITHIN
THE FIRST SNOW BAND.

EXPECT SNOW TO SPREAD ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL TO NORTHERN IOWA
THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS. A BRIEF BURST OF HEAVY SNOW IS LIKELY
AT TIMES. A BREAK IN THE PRECIPITATION IS FORECAST OVER CENTRAL TO
SOUTHEAST IOWA THIS AFTERNOON...WHILE WESTERN TO NORTHERN IOWA
WILL REMAIN IN THE MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW MUCH OF THE DAY. VERY
STRONG WINDS WILL CONTINUE OVER WESTERN AND NORTHERN IOWA LEADING
TO BLIZZARD CONDITIONS AT TIMES INTO TONIGHT.

COLDER TEMPERATURES AND BRISK WINDS ARE EXPECTED ON WEDNESDAY.
WARMER AND DRY CONDITIONS ARE FORECAST THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK
AND INTO THE WEEKEND.

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KLP



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