Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
536 PM CST TUE FEB 24 2015

IT WAS WINDY BUT WARMER THIS AFTERNOON WITH HIGHS TOPPING OUT IN
THE 30S TO LOW 40S NEAR THE MISSOURI RIVER. WINDS WERE BLUSTERY
OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AT 15 TO 25 MPH WITH A FEW HIGHER GUSTS. MID
TO LOW CLOUDS THAT WERE PRESENT OVER MUCH OF THE STATE AROUND NOON
HAD CLEARED OUT BY THE LATE AFTERNOON.

A STORM SYSTEM OVER MONTANA AND THE WESTERN DAKOTAS WILL
OVERSPREAD THE REGION LATE TONIGHT AND THROUGH WEDNESDAY. THE
GREATEST SNOWFALL LOOKS TO FALL OVER NORTHWEST TO CENTRAL IOWA
WHERE FOUR TO SEVEN INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE.
AREAS OF WESTERN AND NORTHWESTERN IOWA WILL SEE SNOWFALL BEGINNING
PRIOR TO SUNRISE WITH CENTRAL IOWA CLOSER TO SUNRISE...AND
SOUTHEASTERN IOWA LATE IN THE MORNING TO EARLY AFTERNOON. AFTER
THE SNOWFALL PUSHES OUT OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT WEDNESDAY...COLD
TEMPERATURES WILL AGAIN SET IN. HIGHS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WILL
ONLY REACH THE SINGLE DIGITS TO TEENS. A SECOND STORM SYSTEM TAKES
AIM AT THE SOUTHERN MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY FOR NEXT
WEEKEND...THOUGH THE LOCATION AND TIMING OF THE SNOWFALL REMAINS
UNCERTAIN.

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KS



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