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Winter Storm Coverage

December 22, 2013

UPDATED 8:42 a.m.: Some churches canceling services after 5-6 inches of snow fall

CENTERVILLE — UPDATE 8:42 a.m.:The area received approximately 5-6 inches of snow from Saturday night into Sunday morning. Areas like Humeston in Wayne County received the bulk of the snowfall, as they reported 8 inches on Sunday morning. As of 8:44 a.m., Blockton received the most snow fall that has been reported thus far. A trained storm spotter reported that the Taylor County town received 9 inches of snow.

Some churches have canceled their Sunday service in the area. We are tracking those as well as any weather related photos, road conditions and updates at http://www.dailyiowegian.com/storm/x1186892610/Storify-Pre-Christmas-winter-storm.

 

UPDATE 10:41 p.m.: Road conditions in the area have already deteriorated in the area as a brief wintry mix has roads covered in snow and ice. The second round is currently enterin the area and heavy snow will begin falling over night in Sunday morning, with accumulations from 6-10 inches possible in Appanoose and Wayne counties. Stay tuned to www.dailyiowegian.com for updates. You can also follow along here for more updates: Click here to go to our ongoing winter storm coverage for the latest updates.

 

UPDATE 3:53 p.m.: Forecasters are continually changing the estimated time that snow will begin falling in the area, with forecasts from the National Weather Service changing multiple times each hour. As of now, the weather service is expecting snow to begin falling at 5 p.m.

 

UPDATE 2:25 p.m.: An updated forecast has again changed the estimated time of arrival for the expected winter storm on Saturday. The National Weather Service now predicts a freezing rain shower around 5 p.m. Saturday, followed by a sleet/snow mixture beginning around 6 p.m. before the precipitation turns to all snow around 7 p.m. The latest accumulation estimation for the Centerville area is just under 7 inches by Sunday morning. Click here to go to our ongoing winter storm coverage for the latest updates.

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Winter Storm Coverage
  • Live Storm Updates: Pre-Christmas winter storm

    See a collection of a social media posts from our staff as well as meteoroligsts and spotters around the state. We'll also be including reports from other citizens in our area and updated information on weather warnings and traffic conditions.

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    December 21, 2013

  • lsr_snowfall.png UPDATED 8:42 a.m.: Some churches canceling services after 5-6 inches of snow fall

    Road conditions in the area have already deteoriated in the area as a brief wintry mix has roads covered in snow and ice.

    December 22, 2013 1 Photo

  • WINTER STORM WARNING: Saturday 3 p.m. - Sunday 6 p.m. (Canceled)

    A winter storm warning in effect from 3 p.m. Saturday (12/21) to 6 p.m. CST Sunday (12/22).

    December 21, 2013

  • Iowa State Patrol preps for winter storm

    With the potential impact of a severe weather winter storm this weekend, the Iowa State Patrol is taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of all Iowans who may be traveling and offering travel tips.

    December 21, 2013

  • Iowa DOT urges caution as winter weather system approaches

    Snow and a wintery mix is expected for much of Iowa beginning Saturday afternoon into Sunday. The Iowa DOT recommends the following tips for safe winter travel during the impending storm.

    December 20, 2013

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