Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WAS CENTERED OVER SOUTHERN IOWA AND
NORTHERN MISSOURI AND BROUGHT A SWATH OF PRECIPITATION OVER MUCH
OF IOWA...SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...EASTERN NEBRASKA...AND SOUTHEAST
SOUTH DAKOTA EARLY THIS MORNING. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE FORM
OF LIGHT SNOW OVER WESTERN AND NORTHERN IOWA TO SOUTHEAST SOUTH
DAKOTA AND INTO SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...WHILE A RAIN AND SNOW MIX WAS
FOUND OVER PORTIONS OF CENTRAL IOWA AND LIGHT RAIN WAS FOUND OVER
SOUTHERN TO EASTERN IOWA AND INTO NORTHERN MISSOURI. AT 4
AM...TEMPERATURES RANGED IN THE LOWER 30S WEST TO NORTH...TO THE
UPPER 30S AND LOWER 40S CENTRAL TO SOUTHEAST.

EXPECT RAIN TO TRANSITION TO SNOW THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS OVER
CENTRAL IOWA AND THE LIGHT SNOW TO PERSIST ACROSS NORTHERN AND
WESTERN IOWA THROUGH MID-MORNING. LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE
ANTICIPATED. COLDER TEMPERATURES WILL FILTER INTO THE STATE
THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY. 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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