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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
534 PM CST THU DEC 18 2014

CLOUDS REMAINED OVERHEAD FOR THE MOST PART TODAY...WITH BRIEF
PERIODS OF SUN POKING THROUGH. WINDS THROUGHOUT THE DAY WERE
LIGHT...AND GENERALLY VARIABLE. TEMPERATURES TOPPED OUT IN THE MID
TO UPPER 20S ACROSS THE STATE...WITH POCKETS OF LOW
30S...ESPECIALLY IN THE SOUTHWEST. AS OF EARLY THIS EVENING WINDS
REMAINED LIGHT AND VARIABLE WHILE TEMPERATURES HAD FALLEN FEW
DEGREES INTO THE LOW TO UPPER 20S STATE WIDE.

FOR FRIDAY AND INTO THE WEEKEND...TEMPERATURES WILL BEGIN TO RISE
WITH LOW TO MID 30S STATE WIDE TOMORROW...MID TO UPPER 30S
SATURDAY...MID 30S TO LOW 40S ON SUNDAY. MONDAY WILL REMAIN
SEASONABLY WARM...BEFORE A COOL DOWN TOWARDS NORMAL TEMPERATURES
TUESDAY AND ON INTO NEXT WEEK. PRECIPITATION REMAINS IN THE
FORECAST MONDAY AND INTO TUESDAY...WITH THE LIKELY PROGRESSION
BEING STARTING AS RAIN THEN PROGRESSING TO A RAIN SNOW MIXTURE
AND FINALLY SNOW. TOTALS FROM THE PRECIPITATION LOOK TO REMAIN
LIGHT AND SHOULD BE OUT OF MUCH OF THE STATE BY THE END OF
TUESDAY.

$$

CURTIS




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