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for linn county caucus goers. the iowa reeblican party is expecting top p eir previous
place to caucus. you can find both at iowa g-o-p dot org. for republican caucus goers in cedar rapids, a presidential candidate will be joining you. kentucky senator rand paul is going to be at the double tree by hilton tonight. he plans on being there as soon as the caucuses start at 7. and we encourage you to stay with us tonight for all the caucus coverage. we'll have reporters live in des moines and analysis. we'll broadcast live from 8 to 9 p-m on kcrg 9.2. then from 9 all the way through our 10 p-m news, we'll be live right here on our main channel, t-v9. and now here's your first alert forecast. we are starting off with some morning fog that may deposit a light layer of frost or ice on area roads. the fog should lift around mid to late morning, but with more clouds coming in from the west, we'll likely see more
, and it should be good for the caucus goers with the snow holding off until mainly after midnight...although a few snow showers may start earlier. the snow really starts after midnight with the winds picking g p, too. snow and blowing snow will be the main problems tuesday with blowing snow on wednesday morning before the winds start to weaken. it will cool off the rest
this evening, so for you caucus-goers, the start of it should be snow-free at 7 pm, but after it gets done (depending on where you caucus), some might have some light snow, so it wouldn't be a bad idea to have your vehicle packed and prepared for winter weather just in case. most of the area including sioux city should expect anywhere from 8 to 12 inches with less north and west and possibly more in some areas south and east along with sustained winds of 30 miles per hour and gusts upwards of 40 on tuesday. avoid travel if you can because whiteout conditions are expected! the rest of the week looks quiet with highs in the
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