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Morning y'all, clear skies and 34F.  Expecting increasing cloudiness, a high of 56F, and the possibility of afternoon showers.

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Morning all. 46F under overcast skies. Going to a wild and dangerous weather day. Wintry Mix and Rapid Temperature Drop Today... .Slippery travel conditions are expected to develop today as a powerful cold front sweeps through the area. Temperatures could drop by as much as 20 degrees in just a few hours and should be in the teens over the vast majority of eastern Iowa by early afternoon. A “flash freeze” is a very real possibility. Temperatures will fall so fast that whatever moisture is on untreated roads and sidewalks will turn to ice very quickly. Be aware that getting around at lunchtime and the evening commute may be tricky because of the risk of icing. As the front passes and temperatures begin to fall, the wind will suddenly pick up. Sustained northwest winds of 20 to 30 MPH are likely, and gusts to 40 MPH are possible. The highest gusts will most likely happen in the morning, but strong winds are expected to last into the afternoon. Blowing snow and low visibility will be a problem where a couple of inches of snow falls. Low tonight of 4F.

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that's our Saturday Weather you are talking about!  sun and clouds today warming up though!

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-18F/-28C with a -31F/-35C windchill.

 

The major travel routes are pretty much parking lots, intersections in the side streets are like polished glass, and if you smile outside your teeth might crack.

 

However, we are well stocked with supplies of hot chocolate and Bailey's Irish Cream, so we should be okay.

 

I won't miss this January.

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2 hours ago, The Dude said:

-18F/-28C with a -31F/-35C windchill.

 

The major travel routes are pretty much parking lots, intersections in the side streets are like polished glass, and if you smile outside your teeth might crack.

 

However, we are well stocked with supplies of hot chocolate and Bailey's Irish Cream, so we should be okay.

 

I won't miss this January.

Mizz Januvary vas fridjid ja?

Bwahahahaha!  Ich made ein fvunny!

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