Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
358 AM CST WED NOV 26 2014

AN APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM HAS SPREAD SNOW ACROSS MUCH OF THE
WESTERN HALF OF IOWA OVERNIGHT...WITH A COUPLE OF INCHES ALREADY
REPORTED IN A FEW AREAS. WINDS HAVE BEEN FROM THE SOUTH SOUTHEAST AT
10 TO 15 MPH BENEATH CLOUD SKIES. TEMPERATURES HAVE FALLEN INTO THE
MID TEENS EAST...BUT HELD IN THE LOWER 30S SOUTH AND WEST.

THE SNOW WILL CONTINUE FOR MOST OF TODAY...ESPECIALLY ACROSS ABOUT
THE NORTHEASTERN HALF OF IOWA...BEFORE TAPERING OFF LATE IN THE
AFTERNOON AND EVENING. NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE LATE IN THE DAY AND
INTO TONIGHT AND TEMPERATURES WILL PLUMMET AFTER DARK...WITH LOWS
NEAR ZERO NORTH AND IN THE LOWER TEENS SOUTH BY TOMORROW MORNING.
THANKSGIVING WILL BE COLD BUT DRY WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE TEENS AND
20S. THE COLD WILL BE SHORT LIVED HOWEVER...AS BY THURSDAY NIGHT A
WARMING TREND WILL BEGIN THAT WILL RESULT IN MUCH MILDER WEATHER TO
END THE WEEK. HIGH TEMPERATURES FRIDAY WILL RANGE IN THE 30S
NORTHEAST AND 40S SOUTHWEST...THEN ON SATURDAY HIGHS IN THE 50S WILL
BE WIDESPREAD ACROSS ABOUT THE SOUTHERN HALF OF IOWA. AFTER
TODAY...PRECIPITATION CHANCES DO NOT RETURN TO THE FORECAST UNTIL
AROUND THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK.

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LEE



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