WINDY WEATHER: Temperatures Cool Monday

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On Monday, winds will remain blustery as they turn around to the NW. Wind speeds will be around 15-25 mph and end up driving temperatures back into the mid-30s.

Some light snow will also blow into the state, mainly in NE Iowa late Monday into Tuesday. From Mason City to Waterloo, around an inch of snow is possible, but Central Iowa should remain under a half inch.

Temperatures will bob between the upper 20s and low 30s for much of the week.

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