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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
518 PM CST FRI NOV 28 2014

A BIT MORE THAN HALF OF THE STATE SAW TEMPERATURES ABOVE FREEZING
TODAY...WITH SOME IN THE SOUTH REACHING THE LOW 50S. MUCH OF
NORTHERN AND NORTHEAST IOWA REMAINED BELOW FREEZING THROUGHOUT THE
DAY. EVEN WITH SOME BELOW FREEZING TEMPERATURES...IT WAS A STEP IN
THE RIGHT DIRECTION THANKS TO SOUTHERLY WINDS BRINGING IN WARMER
AIR. AS OF LATER THIS AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES ACROSS IOWA RANGED
FROM THE LOW 20S IN THE NORTHEAST TO THE UPPER 40S IN THE
SOUTHWEST. TONIGHT TEMPERATURES FOR MOST WILL BE BELOW
FREEZING...WITH LOW TO MID 20S ACROSS THE NORTHERN THIRD OF IOWA...UPPER
20S TO LOW 30S ACROSS THE CENTRAL THIRD...AND MID 30S ACROSS THE
SOUTHERN THIRD. FOG WILL DEVELOP OVER PARTS OF THE STATE
TONIGHT...WITH AREAS OF DENSE FOG POSSIBLE. THE PRIMARY AREAS TO
EXPERIENCE FOG WILL BE THOSE WITH MELTING AND REMAINING SNOW COVER
AS SOUTHERLY WINDS BRINGING IN MOIST AIR.

THE WEEKEND WILL BE A TAIL OF TWO TEMPERATURES...WITH SATURDAY
BEING SEASONABLY WARM...IN THE 40S ACROSS THE NORTH AND UPPER 50S
WITH SOME POCKETS OF 60S IN THE SOUTHWEST. WHILE WELCOME...THE
WARMTH WILL QUICKLY MOVE OUT OF THE AREA SUNDAY WITH HIGHS
PLUMMETING INTO THE TEENS IN THE NORTHWEST...WHILE THE SOUTHEAST
WILL TOP OUT IN THE LOW 40S...AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT.
FORTUNATELY...NO PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED WITH THIS FRONTAL
SYSTEM...BUT WINDS WILL QUICKLY PICK UP OUT OF THE NORTH AND
NORTHWEST AROUND 20MPH WITH GUSTS TO 30MPH POSSIBLE.

THE WORK WEEK WILL START COLD...WITH HIGHS RANGING FROM THE TEENS
IN THE NORTH TO MID 20S IN THE SOUTH. TUESDAY AND THE REST OF THE
WEEK WILL BOUNCE BACK INTO THE 30S FOR MUCH OF THE STATE. NO
SIGNIFICANT CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION ARE FORECAST TO MOVE
THROUGH THE STATE BETWEEN NOW AND THE END OF THE WORK WEEK.

$$

CURTIS




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