Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
506 PM CST Sat Feb 17 2018

Clouds cleared out after this mornings brief burst of snowfall. The
heaviest snowfall fell over eastern Iowa. For most of the afternoon,
skies were mostly sunny with west to northwest winds around 10 to 15
mph. Late afternoon temperatures were in the upper 20s north to the
middle 40s south. Wind chills were in the upper teens northeast to the
upper 30s and lower 40s southwest.

A cold front stretched from the western Great Lakes into Iowa and
Nebraska by late afternoon. High pressure will build into the region
behind the front. Overnight lows will drop into the middle teens north
to the middle 20s south with dry conditions. By Sunday, warmer air
will move into Iowa, bringing temperatures into the mid 40s to mid
50s. This will change Sunday night into Monday, as a system will move
through the area. This system will likely bring freezing rain to
northwest Iowa, and a chance for thunderstorms in southeastern Iowa.
The freezing rain will make for hazardous travel across northwest Iowa
Sunday night into Monday morning.

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