Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
502 AM CST MON NOV 24 2014

LIGHT WIND BLOWN RAIN CHANGED TO LIGHT SNOW OVERNIGHT AND LINGERED
INTO EASTERN IOWA TOWARD DAYBREAK. ACCUMULATIONS VARIED FROM
NOTHING IN CENTRAL IOWA TO LIGHT ACCUMULATIONS NORTHEAST. WINDS
REMAINED BRISK FROM THE NORTHWEST AT SPEEDS OF 15 TO 30 MPH AND
GUSTS APPROACHED 40 MPH AT TIMES. SKIES REMAINED CLOUDY STATEWIDE
WITH STEADY OR FALLING TEMPERATURES FROM THE LOWER 20S NORTHWEST
TO THE MIDDLE 30S EAST.

THE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LIGHT SNOW OVERNIGHT WILL MOVE
THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES TODAY. HOWEVER BRISK WINDS WILL REMAIN IN
PLACE REGION WIDE WITH SNOW CHANCES ALSO LINGERING INTO NORTHEAST
IOWA AND ADJACENT STATES. SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW MAY FALL INTO
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN WITH WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES IN EFFECT ALONG
THE IMMEDIATE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY AND POINTS EAST. THE SNOW
WILL COME TO AN END TONIGHT INTO EARLY TUESDAY...HOWEVER ANOTHER
FAST MOVING CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL BRING MORE LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW
TO THE MIDWEST TUESDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY WEDNESDAY. TEMPERATURES
WILL STAY BELOW NORMAL INTO MIDWEEK WITH HIGHS NO BETTER THAN THE
30S.

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