Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
457 PM CST Sun Jan 14 2018

Light snow developed over western to northern Iowa late this afternoon
and caused for snow covered roads and visibility restrictions. At 5
PM, temperatures range in the upper teens to middle 20s across the
region. A sharp cold front extended across southern Minnesota into
eastern South Dakota and brought blustery northwest winds and much
colder temperatures.

Expect the aforementioned cold front to continue to push southeast
across the region and provide blustery northwest winds and bitter cold
wind chills late tonight into Monday. The bitter cold temperatures and
wind chills are expected to persist into Tuesday. Generally 1 to 2
inches of snow is forecast over portions of Iowa this evening and with
the blustery northwest winds expected late tonight, blowing snow is
possible. Warmer temperatures are forecast by the middle of the week
and by Thursday much of southern Iowa into Missouri will rise above


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