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‘Excessive Heat Watch’ Issued for Iowa
The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issued an "Excessive Heat Watch" for more than half the state of Iowa on Wednesday, July 28. Heat indices in the watch area are expected to reach as high as 102-110*. Highs will be in the lower 90s on Monday, the middle 90s Tuesday, and near 100* on Wednesday. A...
FREEZE WARNING Issued in Iowa
The National Weather Services in Des Moines and in the Quad Cities have issued a FREEZE WARNING for portions of Southern and Central Iowa Tuesday night until 9 AM Wednesday. Frost and freeze conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation as the temps are expected to bottom-out in the mid-to-upper-20s...
RED FLAG WARNING on Monday for the Cedar Valley
With winds expected to gust up to 50 MPH combined with low humidity, spring burning is NOT recommended across Eastern Iowa on Monday, March, 29th. From the National Weather Service in Des Moines: Monday will be warm, dry, and windy which will create elevated to extreme fire weather conditions on Monday afternoon into early evening...
Cedar Valley is Now in a WINTER STORM WARNING
The warning begins at 1 AM Monday and continues until 4 PM Monday. (see warning map below) From the National Weather Service in Des Moines:  Northern Iowa will see snow accumulations top 6 inches with areas along portions of the Iowa/Minnesota border around 8 to 9 inches...
WINTER STORM WARNING for Eastern Iowa
** info updated at 5:45 AM 1/30*** The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for portions of Eastern Iowa from 9 AM SATURDAY TO 9 AM SUNDAY. The NWS says to expect total snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches and ice accumulations of one tenth to two tenths of an inch in the warning areas...
Half of Iowa is in a BLIZZARD WARNING
The western half of the state is in a BLIZZARD WARNING. The areas included in the Blizzard Warning can expect a total of 4-10" of snow and winds gusting as high as 50 MPH. The Blizzard Warning will go into effect at 6 PM Thursday through 6 PM Friday...
Possible ‘SNOW SQUALL’ on Friday Afternoon
First of all, WHAT IS A SNOW SQUALL? According to the National Weather Service: A snow squall typically lasts less than an hour. The sudden white-out conditions combined with falling temperatures produce icy roads in just a few minutes. The combination of gusty winds, falling temperatures and quick reductions in visibility can cause extremely dangerous road conditions...

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