Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
515 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

A SOUTHERLY FLOW OF WARM AND MOIST AIR REMAINED OVER IOWA THROUGH
THE NIGHT WITH SOUTH WIND OF 10 TO 15 MPH. TEMPERATURES THIS
MORNING WERE QUITE UNIFORM ACROSS THE STATE...GENERALLY IN THE 50
TO 55 DEGREE RANGE. PATCHY DRIZZLE WAS REPORTED OVER THE STATE
THIS MORNING. AN AREA OF LIGHT RAIN BEGAN TO MOVE INTO THE
SOUTHEAST COUNTIES.

LOW PRESSURE DEVELOPING OVER THE OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE WILL MOVE
NORTHEAST TODAY AND BE OVER ILLINOIS TONIGHT...AND INTO MICHIGAN
ON MONDAY. ANOTHER WEAKER LOW WILL MOVE OUT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
MONDAY...INTO IOWA WEDNESDAY.

RAIN WILL BE WIDESPREAD OVER IOWA AND AREAS EAST TODAY AS THE
FIRST LOW LIFTS NORTHEAST. COLDER AIR MOVING IN ON THE BACK SIDE
OF THE LOW WILL BEGIN CHANGING THE RAIN TO SNOW OVER WESTERN IOWA
LATE TODAY...WITH THE SNOW SPREADING OVER THE REGION TONIGHT INTO
EARLY MONDAY. SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL BE LIGHT.

MONDAY WILL BRING GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS AND MUCH COLDER WEATHER. A
FEW FLURRIES AREA EXPECTED AS WELL.

THE SECOND LOW FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA WILL BE A FAST MOVING
SYSTEM. SNOW WILL SPREAD INTO IOWA AND AREAS NORTH TUESDAY NIGHT
AND CONTINUE INTO EARLY WEDNESDAY. THOUGH SOME ACCUMULATION IS
EXPECTED WITH THIS SYSTEM...IT WILL MOVE THROUGH QUICKLY ENOUGH
THAT A SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATION IS NOT LIKELY.

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