Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1056 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

SNOW CAME TO AN END ACROSS MOST OF SOUTHERN IOWA BY THE LATE
MORNING WITH A FEW POCKETS HANGING ON IN FAR SOUTHEAST IOWA. THERE
WERE A NUMBER OF AREAS OF CLEARING ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST
IOWA WITH THICKER PATCHES OF CLOUDS ACROSS THE NORTH AND SOUTH.
TEMPERATURES HAD RISEN INTO UPPER TEENS TO UPPER 20S BY THE LATE
MORNING AND WINDS WERE OUT OF THE WEST TO NORTHWEST AT 5 TO 10
MPH.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL ARRIVE LATE TODAY AND WILL BRING DRIER AIR
BACK TO THE REGION. TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO WARM CLOSER TO
SEASONABLE NORMALS FOR TODAY THROUGH THE BEGINNING OF THE WORK
WEEK. A SIGNIFICANT WEATHER SYSTEM WILL IMPACT THE UPPER MIDWEST
FROM LATE MONDAY THROUGH TUESDAY. SNOW IS FORECAST ACROSS
MINNESOTA INTO NORTHERN IOWA WHILE A WINTRY MIX OF
SLEET...RAIN...SNOW AND ICE ARE POSSIBLE FROM CENTRAL IOWA TO
NORTHERN MISSOURI. STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS WILL DEVELOP BY TUESDAY
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT...POTENTIALLY CAUSING SIGNIFICANT BLOWING
SNOW AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES. IN ADDITION...THESE WINDS WILL
USHER ARCTIC AIR FOR MIDWEEK BEFORE TEMPERATURES WARM BACK UP
TOWARD THE END OF THE WEEK.

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