Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
456 PM CST SUN JAN 31 2016

CLOUD COVER WITH SCATTERED SPRINKLES FROM THIS MORNING AND EARLY
AFTERNOON HAD EXITED THE STATE BY LATE AFTERNOON LEAVING BEHIND
MOSTLY CLEAR CONDITIONS STATEWIDE. HIGH TEMPERATURES LATE THIS
AFTERNOON WERE IN THE MIDDLE 30S NORTH TO THE MIDDLE 40S
SOUTH. WEST WINDS WERE 5 TO 15 MPH.

A STRONG WEATHER SYSTEM WAS MAKING ITS WAY ONSHORE IN CALIFORNIA
TODAY. THIS STORM WILL IMPACT THE MIDWEST MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH
EARLY WEDNESDAY. THERE IS A HIGH PROBABILITY FOR A BAND OF
MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOWFALL FROM SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA THROUGH THE
NORTHWEST HALF OF IOWA AND INTO SOUTHWESTERN WISCONSIN WHILE THE
PRECIPITATION REMAINS PRIMARILY RAIN TO THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS WILL ACCOMPANY THE SNOW...LEADING TO
CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING OF SNOW AND VERY DIFFICULT
TRAVEL CONDITIONS. FOR THIS REASON...WINTER STORM AND BLIZZARD
WATCHES HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR MUCH OF THE REGION.

AS THIS STORM DEPARTS...COOLER AIR WILL ARRIVE IN ITS PLACE FOR
MIDWEEK WITH SEASONABLY COOL WEATHER CONTINUING THROUGH THE END OF
THE WEEK. ANOTHER ROUND OF LIGHT SNOW IS POSSIBLE OVER THE REGION
FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING.

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