Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
500 PM CST SUN DEC 28 2014

CLOUDINESS WAS INCREASING OVER NORTHWEST IOWA THIS AFTERNOON BUT
MOST OF THE STATE WAS UNDER CLEAR SKIES. WIND WAS VARIABLE IN
DIRECTION WITH MANY LOCATIONS ACROSS THE STATE REPORTING CALM
CONDITIONS. TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 37 DEGREES AT FORT MADISON TO
19 DEGREES AT STORM LAKE.

CLOUDINESS WILL CONTINUE TO INCREASE THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT
WITH A CHANCE FOR LIGHT SNOW ACROSS THE WESTERN HALF OF THE
STATE AFTER MIDNIGHT AND THROUGH EARLY MONDAY MORNING. AS MUCH AS
AN INCH OF SNOW MAY FALL...BUT MOST PLACES WILL SEE JUST A DUSTING
TO A HALF INCH. ALONG WITH THE RETURNING CLOUD COVER AND CHANCES
FOR LIGHT SNOW...WINDS WILL BEGIN TO PICK UP OUT OF THE NORTHEAST
AND SHIFT TOWARDS THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF
DAYS. AS A RESULT...HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE BELOW FREEZING FOR
ALL BUT SOUTHEAST IOWA MONDAY BEFORE GIVING WAY TO VERY COLD HIGH
TEMPERATURES TUESDAY. TEMPERATURES TUESDAY WILL FALL MOST OF THE
DAY RESULTING IN DAY TIME HIGHS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS FOR THE
NORTHWEST HALF OF THE STATE AND HIGHS WELL BELOW 20 FOR MOST OF
THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES WILL REBOUND A BIT BY
THURSDAY WITH HIGHS FORECASTED IN THE 20S AND SOME 30S BY FRIDAY.


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