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AWUS83 KDMX 301701
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-310115-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1101 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

SKIES WERE SUNNY ACROSS THE STATE THIS MORNING. IT WAS A COOL
MORNING WITH LOWS IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE TEENS. TEMPERATURES HAD
WARMED INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER TEENS NORTHEAST TO THE MIDDLE 20S
ACROSS THE SOUTH. WINDS WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE OVER EASTERN IOWA
WITH A LIGHT SOUTHERLY BREEZE OVER THE WEST.

HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE MIDWEST CONTINUES TO SLOWLY MOVE EAST
TODAY. THESE MILD CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TODAY AND TONIGHT WITH
FAIR WEATHER AND HIGHS FROM THE MIDDLE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S
SOUTHWEST...AND LOWS NOT FALLING TOO MUCH INTO EARLY SATURDAY
MORNING.

THE WEATHER BECOMES MUCH MORE ACTIVE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH RAIN OR
SNOW SPREADING SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS IOWA AND STATES TO
THE SOUTH. THE PRECIPITATION WILL SWITCH TO ALL SNOW INTO SATURDAY
EVENING AND CONTINUE AT VARIED INTENSITIES INTO SUNDAY. MODERATE
TO LOCALLY HEAVY ACCUMULATIONS ARE ANTICIPATED FROM CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS BY THE TIME THE SNOW ENDS
LATE SUNDAY WITH THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS FROM THE IOWA MISSOURI
BORDER INTO ILLINOIS. WINDS WILL INCREASE SUNDAY AS WELL WITH
BLOWING AND DRIFTING POSSIBLE BY THAT TIME. TEMPERATURES WILL DROP
OFF SIGNIFICANTLY FROM WHAT HAS BEEN OBSERVED RECENTLY WITH LOWS
DOWN INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS BY MONDAY MORNING.

$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 301701
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-310115-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1101 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

SKIES WERE SUNNY ACROSS THE STATE THIS MORNING. IT WAS A COOL
MORNING WITH LOWS IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE TEENS. TEMPERATURES HAD
WARMED INTO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER TEENS NORTHEAST TO THE MIDDLE 20S
ACROSS THE SOUTH. WINDS WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE OVER EASTERN IOWA
WITH A LIGHT SOUTHERLY BREEZE OVER THE WEST.

HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE MIDWEST CONTINUES TO SLOWLY MOVE EAST
TODAY. THESE MILD CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TODAY AND TONIGHT WITH
FAIR WEATHER AND HIGHS FROM THE MIDDLE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S
SOUTHWEST...AND LOWS NOT FALLING TOO MUCH INTO EARLY SATURDAY
MORNING.

THE WEATHER BECOMES MUCH MORE ACTIVE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH RAIN OR
SNOW SPREADING SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS IOWA AND STATES TO
THE SOUTH. THE PRECIPITATION WILL SWITCH TO ALL SNOW INTO SATURDAY
EVENING AND CONTINUE AT VARIED INTENSITIES INTO SUNDAY. MODERATE
TO LOCALLY HEAVY ACCUMULATIONS ARE ANTICIPATED FROM CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS BY THE TIME THE SNOW ENDS
LATE SUNDAY WITH THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS FROM THE IOWA MISSOURI
BORDER INTO ILLINOIS. WINDS WILL INCREASE SUNDAY AS WELL WITH
BLOWING AND DRIFTING POSSIBLE BY THAT TIME. TEMPERATURES WILL DROP
OFF SIGNIFICANTLY FROM WHAT HAS BEEN OBSERVED RECENTLY WITH LOWS
DOWN INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS BY MONDAY MORNING.

$$





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AWUS83 KDMX 301105
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-301915-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
505 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

ALTHOUGH THERE WERE A FEW PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS...SKIES WERE CLEAR
OVER MUCH OF IOWA OVERNIGHT. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE
FAIRLY TYPICAL FOR LATE JANUARY WITH READINGS FROM 10 TO 15
DEGREES NORTH...TO THE LOWER 20S SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST. WINDS WERE
GENERALLY NORTH AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

THESE TRANQUIL CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TODAY AND TONIGHT WITH
FAIR WEATHER AND HIGHS FROM THE MIDDLE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S
SOUTHWEST...AND LOWS NOT FALLING TOO MUCH INTO EARLY SATURDAY
MORNING. THE WEATHER WILL BECOME MUCH MORE ACTIVE OVER THE WEEKEND
HOWEVER WITH RAIN OR SNOW SPREADING SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS
IOWA AND STATES TO THE SOUTH. THE PRECIPITATION WILL SWITCH TO ALL
SNOW INTO SATURDAY EVENING AND CONTINUE AT VARIED INTENSITIES INTO
SUNDAY. MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY ACCUMULATIONS ARE ANTICIPATED
FROM CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS BY THE
TIME THE SNOW ENDS LATE SUNDAY WITH THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS FROM THE
IOWA MISSOURI BORDER INTO ILLINOIS. WINDS WILL INCREASE SUNDAY AS
WELL WITH BLOWING AND DRIFTING POSSIBLE BY THAT TIME. TEMPERATURES
WILL DROP OFF SIGNIFICANTLY FROM WHAT HAS BEEN OBSERVED RECENTLY
WITH LOWS DOWN INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS BY MONDAY MORNING.

$$

SMALL





000
AWUS83 KDMX 301105
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-301915-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
505 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

ALTHOUGH THERE WERE A FEW PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS...SKIES WERE CLEAR
OVER MUCH OF IOWA OVERNIGHT. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE
FAIRLY TYPICAL FOR LATE JANUARY WITH READINGS FROM 10 TO 15
DEGREES NORTH...TO THE LOWER 20S SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST. WINDS WERE
GENERALLY NORTH AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

THESE TRANQUIL CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TODAY AND TONIGHT WITH
FAIR WEATHER AND HIGHS FROM THE MIDDLE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S
SOUTHWEST...AND LOWS NOT FALLING TOO MUCH INTO EARLY SATURDAY
MORNING. THE WEATHER WILL BECOME MUCH MORE ACTIVE OVER THE WEEKEND
HOWEVER WITH RAIN OR SNOW SPREADING SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS
IOWA AND STATES TO THE SOUTH. THE PRECIPITATION WILL SWITCH TO ALL
SNOW INTO SATURDAY EVENING AND CONTINUE AT VARIED INTENSITIES INTO
SUNDAY. MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY ACCUMULATIONS ARE ANTICIPATED
FROM CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS BY THE
TIME THE SNOW ENDS LATE SUNDAY WITH THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS FROM THE
IOWA MISSOURI BORDER INTO ILLINOIS. WINDS WILL INCREASE SUNDAY AS
WELL WITH BLOWING AND DRIFTING POSSIBLE BY THAT TIME. TEMPERATURES
WILL DROP OFF SIGNIFICANTLY FROM WHAT HAS BEEN OBSERVED RECENTLY
WITH LOWS DOWN INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS BY MONDAY MORNING.

$$

SMALL




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AWUS83 KDMX 292318
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-300730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
518 PM CST THU JAN 29 2015


SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON HOURS...EXCEPT
IN A SMALL PORTION OF NORTHERN IOWA WHERE SOME SUN PEEKED THROUGH
IN PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS. WINDS WERE GUSTY OUT OF THE NORTHWEST
WITH COLDER AIR MOVING INTO THE STATE. LATE AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
FELL REMAINED NEARLY STEADY OR FELL INTO THE LOWER TO MID 30S
ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA.

DRY AND CHILLY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TONIGHT...WITH CONTINUED
DRY CONDITIONS INTO FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS INTO THE STATE.
A STRONGER STORM SYSTEM WILL EXIT THE ROCKIES AND TAKE SHAPE OVER
THE CENTRAL US SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY. SOME PRECIPITATION ASSOCIATED
WITH THIS SYSTEM MAY MOVE NORTHWARD INTO THE SOUTHERN HALF OF
IOWA SATURDAY...AND CONTINUE TO SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE SATURDAY
NIGHT INTO SUNDAY. INITIALLY MUCH OF THE PRECIP MAY COME IN THE
FORM OF RAIN...BEFORE CHANGING OVER TO ALL SNOW SATURDAY NIGHT
INTO SUNDAY. THE GREATEST CHANCE FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL REMAIN
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN THIRD TO SOUTHEASTERN HALF OF THE STATE.
MODERATE ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THIS
AREA...WITH AREAS CLOSER TO THE MISSOURI BORDER POSSIBLY SEEING
HEAVY SNOW WITH THIS SYSTEM. STAY TUNED TO LATER FORECASTS FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS STORM SYSTEM.

$$

MJB





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AWUS83 KDMX 292318
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-300730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
518 PM CST THU JAN 29 2015


SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON HOURS...EXCEPT
IN A SMALL PORTION OF NORTHERN IOWA WHERE SOME SUN PEEKED THROUGH
IN PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS. WINDS WERE GUSTY OUT OF THE NORTHWEST
WITH COLDER AIR MOVING INTO THE STATE. LATE AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES
FELL REMAINED NEARLY STEADY OR FELL INTO THE LOWER TO MID 30S
ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA.

DRY AND CHILLY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TONIGHT...WITH CONTINUED
DRY CONDITIONS INTO FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS INTO THE STATE.
A STRONGER STORM SYSTEM WILL EXIT THE ROCKIES AND TAKE SHAPE OVER
THE CENTRAL US SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY. SOME PRECIPITATION ASSOCIATED
WITH THIS SYSTEM MAY MOVE NORTHWARD INTO THE SOUTHERN HALF OF
IOWA SATURDAY...AND CONTINUE TO SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE SATURDAY
NIGHT INTO SUNDAY. INITIALLY MUCH OF THE PRECIP MAY COME IN THE
FORM OF RAIN...BEFORE CHANGING OVER TO ALL SNOW SATURDAY NIGHT
INTO SUNDAY. THE GREATEST CHANCE FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL REMAIN
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN THIRD TO SOUTHEASTERN HALF OF THE STATE.
MODERATE ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THIS
AREA...WITH AREAS CLOSER TO THE MISSOURI BORDER POSSIBLY SEEING
HEAVY SNOW WITH THIS SYSTEM. STAY TUNED TO LATER FORECASTS FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS STORM SYSTEM.

$$

MJB




000
AWUS83 KDMX 291655
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-300100-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1055 AM CST THU JAN 29 2015

LOW CLOUDS BLANKETED THE SKIES OVER IOWA AND MUCH OF THE
SURROUNDING STATES THIS MORNING AFTER THE PASSAGE OF A COLD FRONT
OVERNIGHT. SOME AREAS OF LIGHT DRIZZLE ALSO FELL OUT OF THIS
STRATUS CLOUD DECK DURING THE EARLY TO MID MORNING HOURS BUT HAD
ESSENTIALLY COME TO AN END BY LATE MORNING. NORTHWESTERLY WINDS
BEHIND THE FRONT WERE ON THE STRONGER SIDE WITH SPEEDS RANGING
FROM 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS OVER 40 MPH.

THE WEATHER WILL SETTLE DOWN TONIGHT AND FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE
REACHES THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. TEMPERATURES WILL COOL FROM
WHAT WAS SEEN THE PAST FEW DAYS...HOWEVER READINGS WILL STILL BE
JUST ABOVE NORMAL WITH HIGHS FROM THE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S
SOUTHWEST. PRECIPITATION WILL RETURN TO THE FORECAST LATE SATURDAY
INTO EARLY SUNDAY...MAINLY IN THE FORM OF SNOW. THE BETTER
CHANCES FOR ACCUMULATION WILL BE FROM SOUTHERN IOWA INTO ADJACENT
PORTIONS OF MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS. THE PASSAGE OF THIS SYSTEM
WILL ALSO USHER IN COLDER TEMPERATURES. HIGHS BY EARLY NEXT WEEK
SHOULD BE NO BETTER THAN THE TEENS AND 20S WITH LOWS BACK DOWN
INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS. THE NEXT WORK WEEK WILL ALSO SEE OFF AND
ON SNOW CHANCES WITH MULTIPLE SYSTEMS MOVING THROUGH THE REGION.

$$

KS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 291039
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-291730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
439 AM CST THU JAN 29 2015

LOW PRESSURE EXITED IOWA INTO ILLINOIS OVERNIGHT LEAVING BEHIND
BRISK NORTHWEST WINDS...PLENTY OF CLOUD COVER AND PATCHY LIGHT
DRIZZLE OR FREEZING DRIZZLE. WINDS WERE BRISK FROM THE NORTHWEST
AT 15 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS APPROACHING 40 MPH IN A FEW SPOTS.
TEMPERATURES WERE FAIRLY SIMILAR STATEWIDE WITH EARLY MORNING
READINGS IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S.

THE WEATHER WILL SETTLE DOWN TONIGHT AND FRIDAY WITH FAIR
CONDITIONS AS HIGH PRESSURE REACHES THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY.
ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES WILL COOL FROM WHAT WAS SEEN THE PAST FEW
DAYS...READINGS WILL STILL BE JUST ABOVE NORMAL WITH HIGHS FROM
THE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S SOUTHWEST. PRECIPITATION CHANCES
WILL RETURN TO THE FORECAST LATE SATURDAY INTO EARLY
SUNDAY HOWEVER...MAINLY THE FORM OF SNOW. THE BETTER CHANCES FOR
ACCUMULATION WILL BE FROM SOUTHERN IOWA INTO ADJACENT PORTIONS OF
MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS.

THE PASSAGE OF THIS SYSTEM WILL ALSO USHER IN COLDER TEMPERATURES.
HIGHS BY EARLY NEXT WEEK SHOULD BE NO BETTER THAN THE TEENS AND
20S WITH LOWS BACK DOWN INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS.

$$

SMALL




000
AWUS83 KDMX 291039
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-291730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
439 AM CST THU JAN 29 2015

LOW PRESSURE EXITED IOWA INTO ILLINOIS OVERNIGHT LEAVING BEHIND
BRISK NORTHWEST WINDS...PLENTY OF CLOUD COVER AND PATCHY LIGHT
DRIZZLE OR FREEZING DRIZZLE. WINDS WERE BRISK FROM THE NORTHWEST
AT 15 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS APPROACHING 40 MPH IN A FEW SPOTS.
TEMPERATURES WERE FAIRLY SIMILAR STATEWIDE WITH EARLY MORNING
READINGS IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S.

THE WEATHER WILL SETTLE DOWN TONIGHT AND FRIDAY WITH FAIR
CONDITIONS AS HIGH PRESSURE REACHES THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY.
ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES WILL COOL FROM WHAT WAS SEEN THE PAST FEW
DAYS...READINGS WILL STILL BE JUST ABOVE NORMAL WITH HIGHS FROM
THE 20S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 40S SOUTHWEST. PRECIPITATION CHANCES
WILL RETURN TO THE FORECAST LATE SATURDAY INTO EARLY
SUNDAY HOWEVER...MAINLY THE FORM OF SNOW. THE BETTER CHANCES FOR
ACCUMULATION WILL BE FROM SOUTHERN IOWA INTO ADJACENT PORTIONS OF
MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS.

THE PASSAGE OF THIS SYSTEM WILL ALSO USHER IN COLDER TEMPERATURES.
HIGHS BY EARLY NEXT WEEK SHOULD BE NO BETTER THAN THE TEENS AND
20S WITH LOWS BACK DOWN INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS.

$$

SMALL





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AWUS83 KDMX 282335
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-290745-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
535 PM CST WED JAN 28 2015

SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS MUCH OF SOUTHERN IOWA...WITH
MOSTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA THROUGHOUT THE
AFTERNOON HOURS. BREEZY CONDITIONS WERE PRESENT WITH SOUTHERLY
WINDS AT AROUND 15 MPH WITH SOME HIGHER GUSTS. TEMPERATURES WERE
MILD THROUGHOUT THE STATE...WITH AFTERNOON HIGHS WELL ABOVE
AVERAGE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. EARLY EVENING TEMPERATURES WERE
STILL IN THE LOWER TO MID 30S ACROSS NORTHEASTERN IOWA...AND THE
MID 50S TO EVEN MID 60S ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHWESTERN IOWA.

A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE STATE OVERNIGHT...BRINGING IN
COLDER AIR FOR THE END OF THE WEEK INTO THE WEEKEND. WINDY
CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED BEHIND THE FRONT FOR THE OVERNIGHT HOURS
AND INTO THURSDAY. SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE IS POSSIBLE WITH THE PASSAGE
OF AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE ACROSS NORTHERN AND EASTERN PORTIONS
OF THE STATE LATE TONIGHT. A FEW SPOTS MAY SEE SOME PATCHY
FREEZING DRIZZLE AS WELL AS TEMPERATURES FALL TO NEAR FREEZING OR
BELOW. DRY CONDITIONS ARE THEN EXPECTED INTO FRIDAY. A LARGER
SYSTEM WILL MOVE THROUGH THE CENTRAL US LATE SATURDAY INTO
SUNDAY. AT THIS TIME THERE IS UNCERTAINTY IN THE EXACT TRACK OF
THE SYSTEM...BUT SOME LIGHT SNOW IS POSSIBLE ACROSS PORTIONS OF
SOUTHERN AND SOUTHEASTERN IOWA.

$$

MJB




000
AWUS83 KDMX 281700
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-290100-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1100 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

LOW CLOUDS AND FOG ENCOMPASSED NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEASTERN IOWA
THIS MORNING WITH VISIBILITIES OCCASIONALLY DROPPING BELOW A
QUARTER OF A MILE AT TIMES. THE CLOUDS AND FOG WERE STEADILY
ERODING FROM THE SOUTH AS WARMER AIR STREAMED NORTHWARD. HIGH
CLOUDS COVERED AREAS THAT HAS LOST THE LOW CLOUDS AND TEMPERATURES
IN THESE AREAS HAD RISEN INTO THE MID 30S TO LOW 40S BY LATE
MORNING. READINGS WERE IN THE UPPER 20S IN THE NORTHEAST. WINDS
WERE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH.

UNSEASONABLY WARM WEATHER REMAINS ON TAP FOR THIS AFTERNOON WITH
HIGHS REACHING THE MID 30S NORTHEAST TO AROUND 60 IN THE
SOUTHWEST. THIS WARM WEATHER WILL BE FLEETING THOUGH...WITH A COLD
FRONT SLATED TO MOVE QUICKLY THROUGH THE REGION LATE THIS EVENING
AND TONIGHT. STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 30 TO 40 MPH TONIGHT
AND TOMORROW WILL HARKEN THE ARRIVAL OF MORE SEASONABLE AIR FOR
THE END OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S AND LOWS IN
THE TEENS AND 20S. A FEW AREAS OF LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT FREEZING
DRIZZLE MAY BE POSSIBLE ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA AND POINTS NORTH AND
EAST EARLY ON THURSDAY. THIS WEEKEND A STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE
INTO THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY...SPREADING RAIN AND SNOW
INTO IOWA. THE STORM WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AND CONTINUE INTO
SUNDAY. THE SYSTEM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING MODERATE SNOWFALL TO
THE STATE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOUTH AND EAST OF IOWA. COLDER
CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THE STORM WITH HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO 20S
MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. LOWS WILL BE QUITE COLD WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO
NEAR ZERO EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY MORNINGS.

$$

KS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 281700
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-290100-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1100 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

LOW CLOUDS AND FOG ENCOMPASSED NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEASTERN IOWA
THIS MORNING WITH VISIBILITIES OCCASIONALLY DROPPING BELOW A
QUARTER OF A MILE AT TIMES. THE CLOUDS AND FOG WERE STEADILY
ERODING FROM THE SOUTH AS WARMER AIR STREAMED NORTHWARD. HIGH
CLOUDS COVERED AREAS THAT HAS LOST THE LOW CLOUDS AND TEMPERATURES
IN THESE AREAS HAD RISEN INTO THE MID 30S TO LOW 40S BY LATE
MORNING. READINGS WERE IN THE UPPER 20S IN THE NORTHEAST. WINDS
WERE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH.

UNSEASONABLY WARM WEATHER REMAINS ON TAP FOR THIS AFTERNOON WITH
HIGHS REACHING THE MID 30S NORTHEAST TO AROUND 60 IN THE
SOUTHWEST. THIS WARM WEATHER WILL BE FLEETING THOUGH...WITH A COLD
FRONT SLATED TO MOVE QUICKLY THROUGH THE REGION LATE THIS EVENING
AND TONIGHT. STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 30 TO 40 MPH TONIGHT
AND TOMORROW WILL HARKEN THE ARRIVAL OF MORE SEASONABLE AIR FOR
THE END OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S AND LOWS IN
THE TEENS AND 20S. A FEW AREAS OF LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT FREEZING
DRIZZLE MAY BE POSSIBLE ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA AND POINTS NORTH AND
EAST EARLY ON THURSDAY. THIS WEEKEND A STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE
INTO THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY...SPREADING RAIN AND SNOW
INTO IOWA. THE STORM WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AND CONTINUE INTO
SUNDAY. THE SYSTEM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING MODERATE SNOWFALL TO
THE STATE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOUTH AND EAST OF IOWA. COLDER
CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THE STORM WITH HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO 20S
MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. LOWS WILL BE QUITE COLD WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO
NEAR ZERO EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY MORNINGS.

$$

KS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 281003
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-281815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
403 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

CLOUDS HAVE RETURNED TO MOST OF IOWA EARLY THIS MORNING WITH LIGHT
FOG AND SOUTHEAST WINDS ACROSS THE REGION. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO THE MID 30S OVER THE SOUTHWEST.
SOUTHEAST WINDS OF 10 TO 15 MPH WERE PRESENT OVER THE EAST AND
CENTRAL AREAS WITH LIGHTER WINDS WEST.

LOW CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE EARLY THIS MORNING OVER MOST OF THE STATE.
AS LOW PRESSURE TO THE WEST MOVES INTO IOWA THIS AFTERNOON PARTLY
TO MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE SOUTHWEST BUT CLOUDS
WILL REMAIN OVER THE NORTHEAST. CONSEQUENTLY THERE WILL BE A
LARGE RANGE IN TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON FROM THE MID 30S
NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 60S IN THE FAR SOUTHWEST. BY LATE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE WILL DEVELOP OVER THE FAR NORTH AS
THICKER CLOUDS AND MOISTURE RETURN TO THE AREA. SOUTHEAST WINDS
WILL BE BRISK TODAY...ESPECIALLY EAST WHERE AFTERNOON WINDS WILL
GUST TO 15 TO 25 MPH AT TIMES. NEAR RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL
BE POSSIBLE OVER CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST IOWA TODAY. BY TONIGHT
MUCH COOLER WEATHER WILL RETURN WITH STRONGER NORTHWEST WINDS
OVERNIGHT AND LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT FREEZING DRIZZLE MIXED WITH
VERY LIGHT SNOW NORTHEAST. THURSDAY WILL BE COOLER AND RATHER
WINDY WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S TO LOWER 40S. A BRIEF BREAK IS
EXPECTED FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE REGION. BY THE
WEEKEND A STORM SYSTEM ACROSS THE CENTRAL ROCKIES AND SOUTHERN
PLAINS WILL MOVE INTO THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY...SPREADING
RAIN AND SNOW INTO IOWA. THE STORM WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AND
CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SYSTEM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING
MODERATE SNOWFALL TO THE STATE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOUTH AND
EAST OF IOWA. KEEP UP WITH THE FORECAST FOR POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO
WEEKEND TRAVEL. COLDER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THE STORM WITH
HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO 20S MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. LOWS WILL BE QUITE
COLD WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO NEAR ZERO EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MORNINGS.

$$

REV




000
AWUS83 KDMX 281003
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-281815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
403 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

CLOUDS HAVE RETURNED TO MOST OF IOWA EARLY THIS MORNING WITH LIGHT
FOG AND SOUTHEAST WINDS ACROSS THE REGION. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO THE MID 30S OVER THE SOUTHWEST.
SOUTHEAST WINDS OF 10 TO 15 MPH WERE PRESENT OVER THE EAST AND
CENTRAL AREAS WITH LIGHTER WINDS WEST.

LOW CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE EARLY THIS MORNING OVER MOST OF THE STATE.
AS LOW PRESSURE TO THE WEST MOVES INTO IOWA THIS AFTERNOON PARTLY
TO MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE SOUTHWEST BUT CLOUDS
WILL REMAIN OVER THE NORTHEAST. CONSEQUENTLY THERE WILL BE A
LARGE RANGE IN TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON FROM THE MID 30S
NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 60S IN THE FAR SOUTHWEST. BY LATE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE WILL DEVELOP OVER THE FAR NORTH AS
THICKER CLOUDS AND MOISTURE RETURN TO THE AREA. SOUTHEAST WINDS
WILL BE BRISK TODAY...ESPECIALLY EAST WHERE AFTERNOON WINDS WILL
GUST TO 15 TO 25 MPH AT TIMES. NEAR RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL
BE POSSIBLE OVER CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST IOWA TODAY. BY TONIGHT
MUCH COOLER WEATHER WILL RETURN WITH STRONGER NORTHWEST WINDS
OVERNIGHT AND LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT FREEZING DRIZZLE MIXED WITH
VERY LIGHT SNOW NORTHEAST. THURSDAY WILL BE COOLER AND RATHER
WINDY WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S TO LOWER 40S. A BRIEF BREAK IS
EXPECTED FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE REGION. BY THE
WEEKEND A STORM SYSTEM ACROSS THE CENTRAL ROCKIES AND SOUTHERN
PLAINS WILL MOVE INTO THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY...SPREADING
RAIN AND SNOW INTO IOWA. THE STORM WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AND
CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SYSTEM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING
MODERATE SNOWFALL TO THE STATE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOUTH AND
EAST OF IOWA. KEEP UP WITH THE FORECAST FOR POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO
WEEKEND TRAVEL. COLDER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THE STORM WITH
HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO 20S MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. LOWS WILL BE QUITE
COLD WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO NEAR ZERO EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MORNINGS.

$$

REV





000
AWUS83 KDMX 281003
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-281815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
403 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

CLOUDS HAVE RETURNED TO MOST OF IOWA EARLY THIS MORNING WITH LIGHT
FOG AND SOUTHEAST WINDS ACROSS THE REGION. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO THE MID 30S OVER THE SOUTHWEST.
SOUTHEAST WINDS OF 10 TO 15 MPH WERE PRESENT OVER THE EAST AND
CENTRAL AREAS WITH LIGHTER WINDS WEST.

LOW CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE EARLY THIS MORNING OVER MOST OF THE STATE.
AS LOW PRESSURE TO THE WEST MOVES INTO IOWA THIS AFTERNOON PARTLY
TO MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE SOUTHWEST BUT CLOUDS
WILL REMAIN OVER THE NORTHEAST. CONSEQUENTLY THERE WILL BE A
LARGE RANGE IN TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON FROM THE MID 30S
NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 60S IN THE FAR SOUTHWEST. BY LATE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE WILL DEVELOP OVER THE FAR NORTH AS
THICKER CLOUDS AND MOISTURE RETURN TO THE AREA. SOUTHEAST WINDS
WILL BE BRISK TODAY...ESPECIALLY EAST WHERE AFTERNOON WINDS WILL
GUST TO 15 TO 25 MPH AT TIMES. NEAR RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL
BE POSSIBLE OVER CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST IOWA TODAY. BY TONIGHT
MUCH COOLER WEATHER WILL RETURN WITH STRONGER NORTHWEST WINDS
OVERNIGHT AND LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT FREEZING DRIZZLE MIXED WITH
VERY LIGHT SNOW NORTHEAST. THURSDAY WILL BE COOLER AND RATHER
WINDY WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S TO LOWER 40S. A BRIEF BREAK IS
EXPECTED FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE REGION. BY THE
WEEKEND A STORM SYSTEM ACROSS THE CENTRAL ROCKIES AND SOUTHERN
PLAINS WILL MOVE INTO THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY...SPREADING
RAIN AND SNOW INTO IOWA. THE STORM WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AND
CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SYSTEM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING
MODERATE SNOWFALL TO THE STATE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOUTH AND
EAST OF IOWA. KEEP UP WITH THE FORECAST FOR POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO
WEEKEND TRAVEL. COLDER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THE STORM WITH
HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO 20S MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. LOWS WILL BE QUITE
COLD WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO NEAR ZERO EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MORNINGS.

$$

REV




000
AWUS83 KDMX 281003
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-281815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
403 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

CLOUDS HAVE RETURNED TO MOST OF IOWA EARLY THIS MORNING WITH LIGHT
FOG AND SOUTHEAST WINDS ACROSS THE REGION. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO THE MID 30S OVER THE SOUTHWEST.
SOUTHEAST WINDS OF 10 TO 15 MPH WERE PRESENT OVER THE EAST AND
CENTRAL AREAS WITH LIGHTER WINDS WEST.

LOW CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE EARLY THIS MORNING OVER MOST OF THE STATE.
AS LOW PRESSURE TO THE WEST MOVES INTO IOWA THIS AFTERNOON PARTLY
TO MOSTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE SOUTHWEST BUT CLOUDS
WILL REMAIN OVER THE NORTHEAST. CONSEQUENTLY THERE WILL BE A
LARGE RANGE IN TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON FROM THE MID 30S
NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 60S IN THE FAR SOUTHWEST. BY LATE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE WILL DEVELOP OVER THE FAR NORTH AS
THICKER CLOUDS AND MOISTURE RETURN TO THE AREA. SOUTHEAST WINDS
WILL BE BRISK TODAY...ESPECIALLY EAST WHERE AFTERNOON WINDS WILL
GUST TO 15 TO 25 MPH AT TIMES. NEAR RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL
BE POSSIBLE OVER CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST IOWA TODAY. BY TONIGHT
MUCH COOLER WEATHER WILL RETURN WITH STRONGER NORTHWEST WINDS
OVERNIGHT AND LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT FREEZING DRIZZLE MIXED WITH
VERY LIGHT SNOW NORTHEAST. THURSDAY WILL BE COOLER AND RATHER
WINDY WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S TO LOWER 40S. A BRIEF BREAK IS
EXPECTED FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE REGION. BY THE
WEEKEND A STORM SYSTEM ACROSS THE CENTRAL ROCKIES AND SOUTHERN
PLAINS WILL MOVE INTO THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY...SPREADING
RAIN AND SNOW INTO IOWA. THE STORM WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AND
CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SYSTEM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING
MODERATE SNOWFALL TO THE STATE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOUTH AND
EAST OF IOWA. KEEP UP WITH THE FORECAST FOR POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO
WEEKEND TRAVEL. COLDER CONDITIONS WILL FOLLOW THE STORM WITH
HIGHS IN THE TEENS TO 20S MONDAY INTO TUESDAY. LOWS WILL BE QUITE
COLD WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO NEAR ZERO EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MORNINGS.

$$

REV





000
AWUS83 KDMX 272256
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-280700-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
456 PM CST TUE JAN 27 2015

SUNNY SKIES COVERED MOST OF IOWA AND THE UPPER MIDWEST THIS
AFTERNOON. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES AT COUNCIL BLUFFS
TO 26 DEGREES AT DUBUQUE. LIGHT SOUTHEAST WINDS AVERAGED AROUND 10
MPH.

WEDNESDAY IS EXPECTED TO BE EVEN WARMER THAN TODAY WITH 40S IN
THE NORTH AND OVER 60 DEGREES TOWARDS SOUTHWEST IOWA. AN AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE WILL PASS THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY AND EARLY
THURSDAY...BRINGING LITTLE MORE THAN CLOUDS AND A FEW RAIN AND
SNOW SHOWERS ALONG AND EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY.
COOLER AIR WILL FLOW IN BEHIND THIS SYSTEM FOR THE END OF THE
WEEK...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL STILL BE ABOVE AVERAGE. A STORM
SYSTEM WILL SPREAD RAIN AND SNOW OVER THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
REGION ON SATURDAY...CHANGING OVER TO ALL SNOW SATURDAY NIGHT AND
INTO SUNDAY. COLDER WEATHER WILL FOLLOW BY EARLY NEXT WEEK. BY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY...HIGHS WILL FALL INTO THE TEENS AND 20S WITH
LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOWER TEENS.


$$





000
AWUS83 KDMX 272256
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-280700-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
456 PM CST TUE JAN 27 2015

SUNNY SKIES COVERED MOST OF IOWA AND THE UPPER MIDWEST THIS
AFTERNOON. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES AT COUNCIL BLUFFS
TO 26 DEGREES AT DUBUQUE. LIGHT SOUTHEAST WINDS AVERAGED AROUND 10
MPH.

WEDNESDAY IS EXPECTED TO BE EVEN WARMER THAN TODAY WITH 40S IN
THE NORTH AND OVER 60 DEGREES TOWARDS SOUTHWEST IOWA. AN AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE WILL PASS THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY AND EARLY
THURSDAY...BRINGING LITTLE MORE THAN CLOUDS AND A FEW RAIN AND
SNOW SHOWERS ALONG AND EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY.
COOLER AIR WILL FLOW IN BEHIND THIS SYSTEM FOR THE END OF THE
WEEK...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL STILL BE ABOVE AVERAGE. A STORM
SYSTEM WILL SPREAD RAIN AND SNOW OVER THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
REGION ON SATURDAY...CHANGING OVER TO ALL SNOW SATURDAY NIGHT AND
INTO SUNDAY. COLDER WEATHER WILL FOLLOW BY EARLY NEXT WEEK. BY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY...HIGHS WILL FALL INTO THE TEENS AND 20S WITH
LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOWER TEENS.


$$




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