Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1036 AM CDT Sun Mar 11 2018

There were widespread areas of light rain and snow across Iowa this
morning, with a band of heavier snow that set up across south central
Iowa. By 10 am, precipitation had ended across northern and western
Iowa, while snow lingered over south central Iowa. Much of central
Iowa picked up half an inch of snow, however places like Centerville
picked up over 4 inches where a heavier band of snow set up.
Temperatures this morning were in the low to mid 30s across the state.
Winds this morning have been out of the east, becoming northwesterly
across western Iowa as the system moves through.

The light snow and rain lingering over south central Iowa will taper
off this afternoon. Cloudy skies will persist throughout the
afternoon, with northwesterly winds spreading across the rest of Iowa
this afternoon. High temperatures this afternoon will reach the upper
30s to low 40s. The rest of the week will see a warming trend, with
40s for the start of the week and reaching the 50s and 60s by the end
of the work week.

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