Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
501 AM CDT MON APR 13 2015

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA OVERNIGHT WITH
WIDESPREAD RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF A HALF INCH OR MORE OVER SOUTHERN
PORTIONS OF THE STATE. A FEW SPOTS RECEIVED AMOUNTS APPROACHING AN
INCH OF RAIN. THE REMAINING PRECIPITATION WAS STILL LINGERING OVER
EASTERN IOWA WHILE SKIES HAD CLEARED NORTHWEST. EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES VARIED QUITE A BIT...FROM THE UPPER 30S NORTHWEST TO
THE UPPER 50S FAR SOUTHEAST. WINDS HAD BECOME NORTHWEST AT 5 TO
15 MPH BEHIND THE DEPARTING RAIN.

THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRECIPITATION WILL
PUSH WELL EAST OF THE REGION TODAY WITH PLENTY OF SUNSHINE AND
DRIER AIR FOLLOWING BEHIND. THIS FAIR AND SEASONAL WEATHER SHOULD
CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT DAY OR TWO AS WELL WITH HIGHS IN THE 60S
TODAY...AND BACK INTO THE LOWER 70S IN SPOTS BY TUESDAY. THE NEXT
CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION ARE NOT GREAT...BUT RETURN BY MIDWEEK.

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