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Snowfall Totals 4/18/2018

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In a seemingly endless winter, northern Iowa saw yet another spring-time winter storm affect the area on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This was preceded Wednesday morning by a Severe Thunderstorm Warning (for quarter size hail) in Butler and Franklin counties, as well as freezing rain and sleet north of the Highway 20 corridor. Snowfall reports generally ranged around eight inches over north central and northeast Iowa, with Stacyville topping the list at 12.8″.

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Snowfall Totals 4/14/18 – 4/15/18

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In a historic event for the Upper Midwest, Iowa saw a multitude of weather from Friday, April 13, 2018 to Sunday, April 15, 2018, with severe weather producing hail as large as hen eggs and damaging winds blowing over semis on Friday, to a historic blizzard producing 16″ of snow in the Ruthven area and generalized amounts over 10″ over northwest and north central Iowa during the weekend.

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Severe Weather Reports 4/13/2018

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A variety of weather impacted the state on Friday, April 13, 2018, with reports ranging from a 2″ hail report in Henderson to building and roof damage. Pottawattamie and Mills county were also under a Tornado Warning for a brief time in the afternoon.

Temperatures ranged from the mid-30s in northern Iowa to low 80s in southern Iowa.

Meanwhile, parts of northwest Iowa is expected to get up to a foot of snow this weekend.

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Final Snowfall Totals 1/22/2018

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A blizzard impacted much of northwestern Iowa on Monday, January 22, 2018, causing whiteout conditions throughout the area with some sites measuring over a foot of snow, while southeastern Iowa saw an inch or two of rain. Spirit Lake led out the list at 14.4″, followed by Primghar and Ringsted at 14″, Sioux City at 13.8″, and Sergeant Bluff at 11″.

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Snowfall Totals 4/18/2018

In Debrief, Weather, Winter Weather by Henry LukerLeave a Comment

In a seemingly endless winter, northern Iowa saw yet another spring-time winter storm affect the area on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This was preceded Wednesday morning by a Severe Thunderstorm Warning (for quarter size hail) in Butler and Franklin counties, as well as freezing rain and sleet north of the Highway 20 corridor. Snowfall reports generally ranged around eight inches over north central and northeast Iowa, with Stacyville topping the list at 12.8″.

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Here We Go Again…

In Weather, Winter Weather by Henry Luker1 Comment

After severe weather on Friday and a blizzard on Saturday, mother nature doesn’t appear to be done with Iowa. Yet another winter storm is pegged to impact the area from late Tuesday night through late Wednesday night with moderate snow accumulations, light icing, and blowing snow all possible.

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Snowfall Totals 4/14/18 – 4/15/18

In Debrief, Weather, Winter Weather by Henry Luker1 Comment

In a historic event for the Upper Midwest, Iowa saw a multitude of weather from Friday, April 13, 2018 to Sunday, April 15, 2018, with severe weather producing hail as large as hen eggs and damaging winds blowing over semis on Friday, to a historic blizzard producing 16″ of snow in the Ruthven area and generalized amounts over 10″ over northwest and north central Iowa during the weekend.

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