Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
455 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

TEMPERATURES WERE WARMER ACROSS IOWA OVERNIGHT COMPARED TO THE
BITTER COLD FROM THE PREVIOUS TWO NIGHT. READINGS RANGED FROM THE
SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO OVER THE FAR EAST TO THE LOWER 20S
SOUTHWEST. A FEW FLURRIES TO VERY LIGHT SNOW FELL OVERNIGHT ACROSS
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IOWA. LOCALIZED AREAS OF DENSE FOG ALSO
DEVELOPED. THE WIND WAS LIGHT OUT OF THE SOUTH AT LESS THAN 10
MPH.

LIGHT SNOW IS EXPECTED ACROSS SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI THIS
MORNING. HIGH PRESSURE WILL ARRIVE LATE TODAY AND WILL BRING
DRIER AIR BACK TO THE REGION. A MORE SIGNIFICANT STORM SYSTEM IS
EXPECTED TO IMPACT THE UPPER MIDWEST LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. SNOW
IS FORECAST ACROSS MINNESOTA INTO NORTHERN IOWA WHILE A WINTRY MIX
OF SLEET...RAIN...SNOW AND ICE ARE POSSIBLE FROM CENTRAL IOWA TO
NORTHERN MISSOURI. STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS WILL DEVELOP BY TUESDAY
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. SIGNIFICANT BLOWING SNOW MAY OCCUR DURING
THIS PERIOD. IN ADDITION...THESE WINDS WILL USHER ARCTIC AIR FOR
THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK BEFORE TEMPERATURES WARM BACK UP TOWARD THE
END OF THE WEEK.

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