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Overnight Update

In All Posts, Winter Weather by Dan Herrstrom0 Comments

Earlier this afternoon the Blizzard Warning was expanded to the east and slightly south due to shifts in the projected track of the storm. Projected totals remain around the same as previously forecast. Northwest Iowa is expected to see 6-9″, …

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Winter Returning

In All Posts, Winter Weather by Dan Herrstrom0 Comments

Winter looks to make its return to at least part of the state this evening and on through the day on Friday. Rain or in some locations a rain/snow mix is expected to start later this afternoon with¬† those area …

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Winter Storm Update

In All Posts, Winter Weather by Dan Herrstrom0 Comments

Snow will continue to taper off today, however winds will pick up resulting in blowing snow, especially in those areas that received higher amounts overnight. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for much of northern Iowa through the day …

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Snowfall Totals 3/24/2016

In All Posts, Winter Weather by Henry Luker0 Comments

Here are the snowfall totals from last night’s winter event. Sioux City 17.00 Sergeant Bluff 14.10 Ringsted 13.00 Cherokee 12.00 Graettinger 12.00 Algona 11.00 Moville 10.50 Remsen 10.50 Ruthven 10.00 Aurelia 10.00 Swea City 8.50 Bode 8.00 Akron 8.00 Scarville …

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Late Evening Update on Winter Storm

In All Posts, Forecasts, Winter Weather by Henry Luker0 Comments

A strong storm system continues to track across the region and will do so through Thursday. Rain, freezing rain, and sleet over the north part of the state will begin to transition to snow during the overnight hours. The heaviest snow is anticipated over northern Iowa where 8-12″ of snow is possible for some areas. A few tenths of an inch of ice is possible across north central Iowa. The snow combined with strong north-to-northeasterly winds will lead to near-blizzard conditions across the warning area.

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UPDATE: Winter Storm with Blizzard Conditions to Impact Area Tonight

In All Posts, Forecasts, Winter Weather by Henry Luker0 Comments

A powerful storm system will track into the region early Wednesday before shifting to the east, passing to the south of Iowa. To the north of this track, widespread precipitation will overspread the state, changing to snow in the early afternoon. When combined with 25-35 MPH winds with gusts to 45 MPH, blizzard conditions are likely with several periods of near-zero visibility possible. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be seen to the south. A marginal risk of severe weather exists for an isolated large hail and damaging wind threat there.