Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
459 PM CDT FRI APR 24 2015

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS THE STATE THIS
AFTERNOON. BY LATE AFTERNOON...THE RAIN WAS MAINLY OVER THE
EASTERN THIRD OF THE STATE. HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER
60S AND LOWER 70S NORTHWEST TO THE 40S NORTHEAST. SOUTH WINDS OVER
THE SOUTH SHIFTED TO SOUTHEAST OVER NORTHERN IOWA AT 10 TO 20 MPH.

LOW PRESSURE WAS TAKING SHAPE OVER THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN
PLAINS LATE THIS AFTERNOON. SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL DEVELOP
TONIGHT OVER MUCH OF THE REGION AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM CROSSES
THE REGION. THE GREATEST THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER WILL BE OVER
PORTIONS OF KANSAS. SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL PERSIST THROUGH MUCH
OF SATURDAY BEFORE PUSHING EAST OF THE REGION IN THE LATE
AFTERNOON. A GRADUAL WARMING TREND WILL THEN SET IN BY SUNDAY AND
CONTINUE INTO NEXT WEEK AS HIGHS RETURN TO THE 60S AND EVENTUALLY
70S BY MIDWEEK. LITTLE PRECIPITATION IS FORECAST BEYOND SATURDAY.

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