Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
447 AM CST MON DEC 15 2014

SKIES WERE CLOUDY WITH SOME FOG REPORTED ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND
EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT. EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES WERE VERY MILD IN THE 40S TO LOW 50S THROUGHOUT IOWA.
WINDS WERE GENERALLY OUT OF THE SOUTHEAST AT AROUND 10 TO 15 MPH.
A BAND OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED NORTHWARD THROUGH THE STATE WITH RAIN
AMOUNTS AROUND TWO TENTHS OF AN INCH OF LESS.

ADDITIONAL PRECIPITATION CHANCES ARE EXPECTED TODAY INTO TONIGHT
AS AN UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM LIFTS FROM CENTRAL KANSAS INTO
NORTHERN ILLINOIS BY EARLY TUESDAY. INITIALLY RAIN IS EXPECTED
ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA TODAY...WITH SOME ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
POSSIBLE ACROSS SOUTHERN IOWA. RAIN WILL BEGIN TO MIX WITH AND
CHANGE COMPLETELY OVER TO SNOW FROM WEST TO EAST BY LATE AFTERNOON
INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF AROUND 1 TO
2 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS NORTHWEST IOWA BY EARLY TUESDAY. MUCH
COOLER TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
WEEK...WITH ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR LIGHT SNOW ACROSS FAR SOUTHERN
IOWA TOWARD MID WEEK.

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MJB



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