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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1104 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

WITH LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE 40S AND EVEN 50S FOR MANY LOCATIONS
IN THE REGION...IT WAS A FAIRLY MILD START TO OUR SUNDAY. IN
FACT...THIS MORNINGS LOW TEMPERATURE WERE WARMER THAN THE HIGH
TEMPERATURES EVERY DAY LAST WEEK. THROUGH 6 AM...DES MOINES HAD A
LOW OF 53 DEGREES...WATERLOO HAD A LOW OF 50...AND
MADISON...WISCONSIN...HAD A LOW OF 45 DEGREES. WINDS THIS MORNING
WERE FROM THE SOUTH AT AROUND 10 TO 15 MPH. SKIES WERE GENERALLY
CLOUDY...AND THERE WAS SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN FROM EASTERN IOWA INTO
THE MADISON AND MILWAUKEE AREAS.

A COLD FRONT HAS BEEN SLOWLY INCHING THROUGH THE UPPER MIDWEST
THIS MORNING. THIS FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO SHIFT EASTWARD
THROUGHOUT THE DAYTIME...REACHING CENTRAL IOWA BY THIS EVENING.
BEHIND THIS FRONT...WINDS WILL BE RAPIDLY INCREASING TO THE 15 TO
25 MPH RANGE FROM THE NORTHWEST. THESE WINDS WILL STAY STRONG
OVERNIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING. ALONG WITH THE STRONG WINDS WILL
COME COLD AIR. THIS COLD AIR WILL TRANSITION ANY PRECIPITATION TO
SNOWFALL MONDAY MORNING. IT APPEARS MOST OF THE SNOW WILL BE EAST
OF INTERSTATE 35 AND A FEW INCHES OF ACCUMULATION ARE POSSIBLE
FROM EASTERN IOWA INTO WISCONSIN.

THIS COLD AIR WILL PERSIST ACROSS THE REGION FOR THE REST OF THE
WEEK AHEAD. TEMPERATURES DURING THE DAYTIME MONDAY WILL LIKELY NOT
WARM UP MUCH...IF ANY AT ALL. HIGHS WILL BE LOCKED IN THE 20S. BY
TUESDAY MORNING...LOWS WILL BE IN THE TEENS AND LOW 20S. BY
THANKSGIVING DAY...HIGHS WILL BE BACK DOWN TO THE TEENS AND
20S...WITH LOW TEMPERATURES REACHING THE SINGLE DIGITS FOR FRIDAY
MORNING. THERE IS A CHANCE FOR MORE SNOW TUESDAY NIGHT INTO
WEDNESDAY MORNING. AS OF NOW...THE REST OF THE WEEK BEYOND
WEDNESDAY LOOKS DRY.

$$

KOTENBERG




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