Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
449 PM CST Fri Dec 2 2016

Skies remained overcast throughout the afternoon hours with some light
to moderate drizzle reported in portions of central Iowa. Winds were
generally out of the north to northwest at around 10 mph. Early
evening temperatures ranged from around 30 in northern Iowa to around
40 in southern portions of the state.

Cloudy conditions will continue through much of the weekend, with some
possible peeks of sun by late Sunday. Precipitation is expected to
spread northward through the state Saturday evening and continue into
early Sunday. Initially a rain/snow mix is expected with precipitation
early Saturday evening, with a changeover to all snow expected through
the evening hours. The snow is then expected to change back to rain by
late Sunday morning. Some light accumulations of snow will be possible
with around 1 to 2 inches of snowfall expected across the southeastern
half of Iowa. Much of that snow is expected to melt by late Sunday
with the transition back to rain. Mild temperatures are expected
through the weekend and into early next week, before much colder air
moves by late next week sending highs plummeting.

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MJB


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