Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1052 AM CST SUN DEC 21 2014

IT WAS ANOTHER MORNING WITH ABUNDANT CLOUD COVER THAT WAS BLANKETING
THE STATE IN ADDITION TO AREAS OF LIGHT FOG. ANY FORM OF PRECIPITATION
THIS MORNING WAS VERY MINIMAL AND VERY ISOLATED. EARLY MORNING
LOWS WERE IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S WARMING INTO THE MIDDLE TO
UPPER 30S BY LATE MORNING. SOUTH WINDS WERE 10 TO 20 MPH WITH
STRONGER GUSTS.

ABUNDANT CLOUD COVER WILL CONTINUE ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION WITH
PERIODS OF DRIZZLE AND PATCHY LIGHT FOG. BREEZY SOUTH WINDS WILL
HELP TEMPERATURES RISE INTO THE UPPER 30S AND 40S TODAY. THE
WARMING TREND WILL CONTINUE INTO MONDAY. NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES
WILL TURN BY TUESDAY AS A SYSTEM CROSSES THE REGION. TEMPERATURES
TUESDAY AND FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK WILL DIP BACK INTO
THE LOW 30S AND 20S BY FRIDAY. PRECIPITATION WITH THAT SYSTEM
WILL START AS RAIN LATE SUNDAY AND INTO MONDAY...BEFORE TURNING
INTO SNOW FOR MANY AREAS BY TUESDAY. SNOW IS PRIMARILY EXPECTED TO
FALL IN THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE WHILE
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IOWA WILL REMAIN RELATIVELY DRY TUESDAY.

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