Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1106 AM CST SUN JAN 25 2015

RAIN CHANGED OVER TO SNOW EARLY THIS MORNING OVER THE STATE. THIS
SNOW QUICKLY MOVED THROUGH IOWA THROUGHOUT THE MORNING AND HAD
ALREADY ENDED OVER NORTHERN AND MUCH OF CENTRAL IOWA. AMOUNTS WERE
GENERALLY LESS THAN AN INCH IN NORTHERN AND EASTERN IOWA AND EVEN
LESS FURTHER SOUTHWEST. SKIES WERE CLOUDY STATEWIDE WITH
TEMPERATURES HOVERING IN THE UPPER 20S TO MID 30S. WINDS WERE FROM
THE EAST TO NORTH AT 10 TO 15 MPH WITH A FEW GUSTS OVER 20 MPH.

THE WEAKENING SNOW BAND SHOULD CLEAR IOWA BY EARLY THIS AFTERNOON
AND BE ON ITS WAY OUT OF THE REGION. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN
STEADY OR FALL SLIGHTLY THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS WITH COLDER
AIR MOVING IN BEHIND THE DEPARTING SYSTEM. HOWEVER...THE COLD
TEMPERATURES WILL BE SHORT LIVED AS ANOTHER EXTENDED PERIOD OF
WELL ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES IS FORECAST BEGINNING ON MONDAY AND
LASTING THROUGH THE WORK WEEK. THE WARMEST DAY LOOKS TO BE
WEDNESDAY WHERE HIGHS WILL RISE WELL INTO THE 50S. COLDER
TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST BY NEXT WEEKEND.

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KS


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