Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1045 AM CST Mon Jan 9 2017

Cloud cover continues to filter into the state this morning. Scattered
flurries or light snow was being reported over areas of far northwest
and north central Iowa. Early morning lows were in the lower and
middle teens. South to southeast winds were less than 10 mph
throughout the morning hours.

High pressure will build in for a short period behind a cold front
that stretches from eastern Iowa into northern Missouri and northern
Kansas today. An active period is expected this week and temperatures
and precipitation will be vary. Temperatures will be quite mild
through mid week. Highs will range from 15 to 20 Northwest to the mid
to upper 40s Southeast and Tuesday will be the warmest day. From
Thursday into the weekend, temperatures will tumble with highs in the
single digits North to around 20 South.

There will also be several weather systems to impact portions of the
region. Today across northern Iowa and locations north, a passing
disturbance will bring a chance for some light snow. As warmer air
moves in tonight ahead of a little stronger system, northern
locations will see a wintery mix while southern locations will see
some light rain. A cold front will push across the region Wednesday
through Thursday bringing a chance for snow North and a wintery mix

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