Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
623 PM CST WED FEB 10 2016

HIGHS ACROSS THE NORTH WERE IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER TEENS. CENTRAL
AND SOUTHERN AREAS SAW TEMPERATURES IN THE 20S. PORTIONS OF THE
SOUTH REACHED THE UPPER 20S AND EVEN 30S. SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE
GENERALLY BETWEEN 1 TO 3 INCHES. WINDS WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE WITH
OVERCAST CONDITIONS.

THE BANDS OF LIGHT SNOW WILL MOVE OUT BY THE LATE EVENING HOURS.
CLOUD COVER WILL DECREASE THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT. EARLY MORNING LOWS
ACROSS THE NORTH WILL BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS. CENTRAL AREAS WILL BE
IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE TEENS...POSSIBLY UPPER TEENS AND LOWS 20S IN
THE WEST. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN IN THE MIDDLE TEENS THROUGH LOW
20S FOR MOST OF THE REGION WITH LIGHT WINDS. A BAND OF PRECIPITATION
ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON WILL MOVE IN FROM THE NORTHWEST AND LAST INTO
THE EVENING AND INTO FRIDAY MORNING FOR CENTRAL AREAS. EXPECT BITTER
COLD WIND CHILL VALUES FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING IN THE
NORTH. TEMPERATURES WILL BEGIN TO RISE NEXT WEEK. MIDDLE TO UPPER
30S EXPECTED FOR MOST OF THE AREA...POSSIBLY LOWER 40S FOR SOUTHERN
AREAS.

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TB/KS


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