January 28, 2022 - 2:04 pm - Posted in News


Northwest Iowa — January is ending on a warm note. National Weather Service meteorologist, Ashley Bury, says the relief is coming from the south.

Burry says temperatures could be well about freezing in some parts of the state.

The warm conditions will continue into the early part of next week.

She says things aren’t usually this warm.

Bury says the warmer temps will lead to more melting — and that melt will freeze again overnight.

There have been times when temperatures were below zero in the last week, including some days with wind chills in the double-digits below zero.

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