Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
520 PM CST THU NOV 13 2014

EVEN THOUGH IT WAS A NEW DAY...THE STORY REMAINED THE SAME...COLD
AND OVERCAST FOR MUCH OF IOWA. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE WERE
BELOW FREEZING THROUGHOUT THE DAY...WITH HIGHS RANGING FROM THE
LOW 20S TO THE UPPER 20S. NORTHWEST WINDS AT 10 TO 20MPH BROUGHT
ABOUT WIND CHILLS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS FOR THE NORTHWEST HALF OF
THE STATE...AND LOW TEENS FOR THE SOUTHEAST HALF. AS OF EARLY THIS
EVENING...TEMPERATURES REMAINED PRIMARILY IN THE 20S...WITH A FEW
AREAS DROPPING INTO THE TEENS. WINDS ALSO REMAINED OUT OF THE
NORTHWEST IN THE 10 TO 20MPH RANGE. OVERNIGHT TEMPERATURES WILL
DROP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS AND LOW TEENS. SELECT PARTS OF
NORTHWEST IOWA MAY SEE LOWS APPROACH 0.

BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN IN THE AREA
WELL INTO NEXT WEEK. TEMPERATURES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILL WARM A
COUPLE OF DEGREES...INTO THE UPPER 20S AND POSSIBLY LOW
30S...AHEAD OF ANOTHER COLD AIR MASS THAT WILL DROP HIGH
TEMPERATURES INTO THE TEENS AND LOW 20S BY MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
SNOW ALSO REMAINS IN THE FORECAST FOR SATURDAY AND SATURDAY
NIGHT...WITH TOTALS IN THE 1 TO 4 INCH RANGE LIKELY.
FORTUNATELY...WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO BE LIGHT...SO VISIBILITY WILL
LIKELY NOT BE A MAJOR CONCERN FOR TRAVEL.

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