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Officials said in a press release Monday that, “Given this unforeseen accident, and the fact that the safety and health of our cast and crew is of utmost importance, tonight’s show at Stephens Auditorium in Ames, Iowa has been (canceled).
“To anyone involved in the accident, the entire cast sends their best wishes for a speedy recovery, and their deepest apologies to all of the fans who have been waiting to see the show tonight.”
Information regarding rescheduling and/or refunds will be available soon.
Officials with the Story County Sheriff’s Department said a crash on I 35, which involved as many as 70 cars, is the worst they’ve ever seen. The last time Des Moines saw more than 3 inches of snow was on Dec. 28, 2015, according to records. Monday, which means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties.
Light to moderate snow continued to fall over much of central and southern portions of the state as drier air brought the snow to an end over far north central and northwestern Iowa, according to the National Weather Service in Des Moines.
Monday night will have some lingering evening flurries or snow showers with partly cloudy skies. Lows will dip just below zero, and winds will be at 5 10 mph from the east northeast.
Early Tuesday will be partly cloudy with some snow showers later in the day. Highs will reach the mid teens, and there could be a chance of snow accumulations of less than 1 inch. Later that night, there will be snow showers before midnight, but total accumulations are expected to be less than 1 inch.