Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
526 PM CDT TUE MAR 31 2015

WARM AND CLEAR WEATHER COULD BE FOUND ACROSS IOWA THIS AFTERNOON
WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES RISING INTO THE MID 60S NORTHEAST TO MID
70S SOUTHWEST. WINDS WERE FROM THE NORTHWEST ACROSS THE EASTERN
PORTIONS OF THE STATE WHILE SOUTHERLY WINDS WERE COMMONPLACE ALONG
THE MISSOURI RIVER.

TONIGHT WILL BE CLEAR WITH LOWS FALLING OFF TO THE 40S. THE MAIN
STORY THE REST OF THE WEEK WILL BE THE POTENTIAL FOR THUNDERSTORMS
WEDNESDAY. THE PRIMARY SEVERE WEATHER THREAT WILL EXIST OVER THE
WESTERN THIRD TO HALF OF THE STATE...AND WILL MOVE EASTWARD LATE
IN THE DAY AND OVERNIGHT. HIGH WINDS AND HAIL ARE THE MAIN
CONCERNS AT THIS TIME AND WILL DIMINISH IN THE OVERNIGHT HOURS.
MANY AREAS OF THE STATE WILL SEE AROUND A HALF INCH OF RAIN WITH
UP TO AN INCH OR MORE POSSIBLE IN THE VICINITY OF THUNDERSTORMS.

AFTER THE STORMS AND SHOWERS PUSH THROUGH WEDNESDAY...THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY WILL BE DRY AND HIGHLIGHTED BY COOLER TEMPERATURES. HIGHS
THURSDAY BE IN THE 60S AND BY FRIDAY HIGHS WILL BE BACK DOWN IN
THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S.

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