Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
524 PM CST Sun Feb 11 2018

It was a clear and sunny day across Iowa, with a fresh snow pack
covering most of the ground. Afternoon high temperatures in southern
Iowa were in the lower 20s. Central and northern Iowa had temperatures
in the mid teens. The winds were west-southwesterly at less than 10
miles per hour. By late afternoon, visible satellite and radar showed
clear skies across the entire state of Iowa.

Across the rest of the Great Plains and Midwest, the weather has been
quiet. Kansas, Nebraska, and Minnesota had clear skies. Central
Missouri and central Illinois had overcast conditions. The snow pack
across the upper Midwest and Upper Great Plains is very evident on
visible satellite.

For the rest of this evening, skies will remain mostly clear. With a
deep snow pack on the ground and clear skies, temperatures overnight
will drop quite a bit. Overnight lows are forecast to be around 5
degrees below zero. Local winds chills could be 10 to 15 degrees below

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