Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
507 PM CST SAT DEC 27 2014

THE NORTHWEST HALF OF IOWA EXPERIENCED CLEARING SKIES THIS
AFTERNOON. SKIES WERE STILL OVERCAST IN THE SOUTHEAST HALF OF THE
STATE BUT CLOUDS WERE RAPIDLY MOVING NORTHEAST OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 16 DEGREES AT STORM LAKE TO 34 DEGREES AT KEOKUK. A
WEST TO NORTHWEST WIND AVERAGED 10 TO 15 MPH.

TEMPERATURES SUNDAY AND MONDAY WILL BE SEASONABLE...BEFORE
ANOTHER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM BRINGS IN CHANCES FOR SNOW AND SOME
BITTER COLD AIR. BY TUESDAY HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE WELL BELOW
FREEZING ACROSS THE STATE. THE NORTHWESTERN HALF OF IOWA WILL SEE
HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE SINGLE DIGITS...WHILE SOUTHEAST IOWA MAY
HAVE HIGHS OF 20 DEGREES IN A FEW AREAS. WINDS WILL NOT BE
EXCESSIVE...BUT WILL BE ENOUGH TO DROP WIND CHILLS WELL BELOW ZERO
FOR MUCH OF THE STATE. BY THE END OF THE WEEK TEMPERATURES WILL
REBOUND BACK INTO THE 20S FOR MOST AND LOW 30S ACROSS THE SOUTH.


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