The first significant snow of the season is blanketing central Iowa, from Minnesota to Missouri. Many areas got a half-foot of new flakes and they’re still coming down across much of the region. National Weather Service meteorologist Rich Kinney says the Des Moines area got between three and four inches. Webster City got seven inches, six inches in Pocahontas. The depths range from two to seven inches across the center of the state. Kinney says the snow event is not over yet. The winter weather advisory has been extended to 10 AM with one to two more inches of snow expected through the morning.
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