Looks like 8-12 inches across Central Iowa is a good bet. I don't know why the geeks on TV are going with the low end as right in the Blizzard Warning statement it says the heaviest snow would be from DSM to the NE.
* TIMING...PRECIPITATION WILL OVERSPREAD CENTRAL IOWA BY THIS
EVENING. SNOW IS EXPECTED ALONG AND NORTH OF A BOONE TO WATERLOO
LINE. RAIN IS EXPECTED IN SOUTHERN IOWA SOUTH OF AN OSCEOLA TO
OSKALOOSA LINE. IN BETWEEN...A RAIN AND SNOW MIX IS EXPECTED.
THIS PRECIPITATION WILL CHANGE TO ALL SNOW LATE THIS EVENING
BEFORE ENDING AROUND NOON THURSDAY.
Is this storm going to think it is a badass then just turn into a lil whiny *****?
“They're very, very hard to guard,” Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey said. “They're really good. And with Niang in the middle kind of wheeling and all those guys spreading you out, they're kind of a nightmare matchup. And they're men. They're really men.”
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