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Weather Prognosticators Say Tonight Will Be a Cold One
A wind chill advisory covers all but a few southern tiers of Iowa counties this (Thursday) morning through tomorrow (Friday) morning. Meteorologist Aubrey Wilkins, at the National Weather Service, says to bundle up, because wind chills in the southeast corner of the state may dip to 20-below zero or lower overnight.
Snowfall totals from yesterday are topping off between seven and eight inches in several areas, including Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo and Dubuque. One area of northeast Iowa’s Clayton County reports nine-inches of snow.