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It started snowing shortly before 10am central here.  By noon we had 2.5 inches of snow on the ground and it's still coming down pretty good.  There's a heavy band of snow moving through eastern Iowa right now.  We'll probably have four inches by the time it's over later today.  Of course Iowa drivers can't go more than a few months without forgetting how to drive in winter weather.  Including this moron was was clocked going 111 mph this morning.

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The Iowa State Patrol is warning drivers to be careful on Tuesday as wintry weather is creating icy spots on Iowa roadways.

The warning came in a Facebook post after the ISP said it pulled over an 18-year-old driver in Mount Pleasant it clocked at 111 mph Tuesday morning.

 

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Local police said there were 17 car crashes around here.  Been a bunch of accidents here in eastern Iowa.

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