Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1030 AM CST TUE FEB 24 2015

TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT SLOWLY ROSE WITH THE AIDE OF SOUTHWEST
WINDS IN THE 10 TO 20 MPH RANGE...RESULTING IN MORNING
TEMPERATURES WELL INTO THE TEENS AND LOW 20S STATEWIDE. WHILE
WINDS WILL SLOWLY SHIFT TOWARDS THE NORTHWEST TODAY...TEMPERATURES
WILL CONTINUE TO RISE A BIT MORE AND REACH THE LOW 30S TO LOW 40S
ACROSS IOWA...MAKING IT BY FAR THE WARMEST DAY OF THE WEEK.

WEDNESDAY WILL BE HIGHLIGHTED SNOWFALL FOR A MAJORITY OF THE
STATE. 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. THE HIGHEST TOTALS OF 4 PLUS INCHES ARE EXPECTED
AROUND A LINE FROM AROUND SIOUX CITY IOWA AND SOUTHEASTWARDS
THROUGH OTTUMWA. ALL BUT THE NORTHEAST PART OF THE STATE ARE
EXPECTED TO SEE ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL OF AROUND AN INCH OR MORE.

AFTER THE SNOWFALL PUSHES OUT OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT
WEDNESDAY...COLD TEMPERATURES WILL AGAIN SET IN. HIGHS THURSDAY
AND FRIDAY WILL BE BITTER WITH HIGHS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO TEENS
BOTH DAYS. A POTENTIAL FOR ANOTHER SHOT OF SNOW WILL MAKE ITS WAY
INTO THE REGION OVER THE WEEKEND...WITH CURRENT TIMING LOOKING TO
BE AM SATURDAY AND LINGERING THROUGH SUNDAY. TOTALS AT THIS POINT
ARE WIDELY VARYING...BUT CONFIDENCE IN ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL IS
HIGH.

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CURTIS



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