Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
517 PM CST SAT JAN 30 2016

SKIES WERE GENERALLY PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS IOWA THIS
AFTERNOON. SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS WERE 5 TO 15 MPH. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MIDDLE 30S NORTHWEST TO THE UPPER 40S AND
LOWER 50S SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL.

A WEAK SYSTEM OVER THE WESTERN PLAINS WILL PASS THROUGH THE AREA
TONIGHT AND SUNDAY. THIS DISTURBANCE WILL BRING A CHANCE FOR RAIN
INITIALLY THEN POSSIBLY CHANGING TO A WINTRY MIX LATER TONIGHT
INTO SUNDAY...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE NORTH. A MORE SIGNIFICANT
AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL IMPACT THE MIDWEST MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
EARLY WEDNESDAY. THERE IS A HIGH PROBABILITY FOR A BAND OF
MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOWFALL FROM SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA INTO SOUTHERN
WISCONSIN WHILE THE PRECIPITATION REMAINS PRIMARILY RAIN TO THE
EAST AND SOUTHEAST. STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS WILL ACCOMPANY THE
SNOW...LEADING TO CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING OF SNOW AND
VERY DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS. STAY TUNED TO THE LATEST
FORECASTS REGARDING THE POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF THIS WINTER STORM.

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