(Des Moines) The National Weather Service in Des Moines says the southern part of the state received the heaviest amount of snow with lighter amounts to the north.
Kurt Kotenberg, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Des Moines says that southern and south central Iowa received the most snow.
In southwest Iowa Atlantic received 3-inches, Massena, 3.5. Carroll 1.1 inches of snow.
In the south central part of the state Centerville is reporting 8-inches, 6-inches around Oskaloosa, 6.8 inches in Bloomfield, and Lamoni is reporting 8-inches.
In Central Iowa the Des Moines metro received 5.5, and Ames is reporting 3.5 inches, and in northeast Iowa, Waterloo received 1.1 inches of snow.
Kotenburg says brace yourself for bitterly cold temperatures. Wind chill values as low as -20-below and Blustery north-northwest winds of 14 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph is making it miserable for those that have to be outside.
February 5, 2014