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Snow Expected To Fall In Iowa After Monday's Caucuses
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Snow Expected To Fall In Iowa After Monday's Caucuses

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Snow Expected To Fall In Iowa After Monday's Caucuses

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Blizzard conditions are expected in some parts of the state. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she has it on good authority that the storm won't start until after midnight.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene in Des Moines, Iowa. Tonight is caucus night, and here's your weather forecast. Snow, possible blizzard conditions in parts of this state. This has campaigns nervous about voter turnout - although, not this one.

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HILLARY CLINTON: Don't worry about the weather. I have it on very good guidance that the storm won't start until after midnight.

GREENE: Hillary Clinton, first lady, senator, secretary of state, meteorologist. It's MORNING EDITION.

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