Showers, Storms, Snow?

posted by WMT News - 

Iowa severe weather this weekend: Snow? Check. Tornadoes? Check. 

Central and Southern Iowa is in line for severe weather later today. This includes the Des Moines metro area. The National Weather Service says the main threat is for large hail, damaging winds, and possible tornadoes in the southern half of the state.

Saturday and Saturday night, the National Weather Service has a Winter Storm Watch for parts of West Central and Northern Iowa. Blizzard conditions are possible in the northwest.

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Iowa's set to get what meterologists used to call a "mixed bag" of weather. 

Central and Southern Iowa could see severe weather Friday. The National Weather Service says the main threat is for large hail, damaging wind and isolated tornadoes in the southern half of the state.  Winds could also be hazardous in the northern and western part of the state late Friday night into Saturday

Saturday and Saturday night, the National Weather Service has a Winter Storm Watch for areas other than Des Moines in West Central and Northern Iowa. Blizzard conditions could hit the northwest part of the state Saturday night.  The Winter Storm Watch is issued for Winnebago,Worth, Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Pocahontas, Humboldt, Wright, Calhoun, Webster, Crawford and Carroll counties from Saturday morning into Saturday night.

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