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LIGHT SNOW TODAY, COLD SETS IN...

The powerful winter storm will continue to exit the region today. Roads will likely be slick through the morning will more falling snow and crews having to clear all off the heavy snow.

There will be some additional light accumulations through the morning and afternoon.

Temperatures won't move much throughout the day and will be especially cold in the snowpack:

Temperatures will drop down into the single digits Tuesday night:

Wednesday will be bitter with cloudy skies and temperatures in the teens:

There will be a weak disturbance that moves through Wednesday. Right now it appears light accumulations would be likely near and south of I-80.

Then high pressure will move in, clear out the clouds, and send temperatures tumbling down to near and below zero by Thursday morning:

Friday will be dry but there is the possibility of another storm by the weekend we'll be keeping an eye on.


A SECOND PRINTING OF TERRY'S NEW BOOK IS ON THE WAY...

250 NEW COPIES OF DERECHO 911, IOWA'S INLAND HURRICANE ARE AVAILABLE. Around Christmas we sold the last of the 1500 copies of our book on this historic thunderstorm, the most damaging in U.S. history. Due to continued demand we have ordered a limited number of 250 for those of you interested in having the most authoritative account of this extreme event. You can get yours at derechobook.com


RK

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