Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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

MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES BLANKETED IOWA OVERNIGHT AS A LARGE CLOUD
SHIELD ENGULFED MUCH OF THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN PLAINS AND EAST
TOWARDS THE NEW ENGLAND REGION. PATCHY FOG AND FREEZING DRIZZLE
WAS REPORTED OVERNIGHT ALONG WITH SCATTERED FLURRIES OVER CENTRAL
IOWA. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 20 TO 30 DEGREES. THE
WARMEST TEMPERATURES WERE OVER WESTERN IOWA. THE WIND WAS LIGHT
AND VARIABLE OVER THE FAR EAST THEN BECOMING LIGHT SOUTHEAST OVER
THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE.

THE 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 TRANSITIONING
TO SNOW MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY WITH SOME ACCUMULATIONS
POSSIBLE.


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