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Weather in Iowa

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There be a snowstorm a brewin'

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We had just over an inch of snow yesterday around here.  Road conditions went downhill fast.  My dad said he measured about 1.2 inches this morning. 

And tomorrow the forecasters are thinking we're going to get hit with some heavy snow here in eastern Iowa.  Right now they think we'll get anywhere from 3 to 8 inches with higher amounts possible in places.  Yay.

So tonight after dinner I'm going to head in to get some provisions.  Including the dijion potater salad I'm craving once again.

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