Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1047 AM CST FRI DEC 19 2014

SKIES WERE CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE THIS MORNING WITH AREAS OF
LIGHT SNOW...FLURRIES OR LIGHT FREEZING MIST. EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES AT SUNRISE WERE IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 20S FOR MOST
OF THE STATE EXCEPT FOR THE SOUTHWEST CORNER WHICH HAD LOWER 30S.
SOUTH TO SOUTHEAST WINDS WERE AROUND 5 MPH.

HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO MOVE EAST OUT OF THE REGION TODAY.
MEANWHILE...A WARM FRONT WAS SITUATED OVER THE CENTRAL PLAINS AND
WILL ADVANCE ACROSS THE REGION THIS WEEKEND. CLOUDY SKIES WILL
PERSIST OVER THE REGION THROUGH MUCH OF THE WEEKEND. AREAS OF
FREEZING DRIZZLE OR FLURRIES ARE POSSIBLE TODAY AND TONIGHT FROM
CENTRAL IOWA INTO SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA. DRIZZLE WILL BE MORE
PREVALENT SATURDAY NIGHT AS WARMER AIR LIFTS NORTH. THE NEXT
SYSTEM WILL ARRIVE WITH RAIN ON MONDAY THEN CHANGE OVER TO SNOW
MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY WITH SOME ACCUMULATIONS POSSIBLE.

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