Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
531 AM CST Thu Feb 22 2018

A band of snow moved through portions of the state overnight bringing
a quick half an inch to an inch to areas in west central to north
central Iowa. Otherwise cloudy conditions were in place across Iowa,
with early morning temperatures ranging from the mid teens in
northwest Iowa, to the upper 20s in southeast Iowa. Winds have been
generally out of the west to northwest at around 10 mph.

A winter weather system will impact the state today into tonight
bringing chances for a wintry mix to much of the state as snow mixes
with freezing rain and drizzle through the day. Some sites will see a
changeover to all rain across portions of southern and southeastern
Iowa this evening. Otherwise precipitation is expected to end by late
tonight across the state. Winter weather advisories are in effect for
much of Iowa into tonight. A second winter storm system will impact
the state Saturday into Saturday night with a chance for moderate to
heavy snowfall across portions of west central into north central and
northwest Iowa. Rain is expected for portions of southern into eastern
Iowa. Warmer temperatures are then expected for much of next week.


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