Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
506 AM CDT WED APR 22 2015

THE WEATHER WAS QUIET ACROSS IOWA OVERNIGHT AS LARGE LOW PRESSURE
IN ONTARIO SLOWLY PULLED AWAY FROM THE STATE. SOME LOW CLOUDS
CONTINUED TO MOVE OVERHEAD IN NORTHEAST IOWA...ALTHOUGH THE
REMAINDER OF THE STATE SAW CLEAR SKIES. TEMPERATURES WERE COOL
STATEWIDE WITH READINGS MAINLY IN THE 30S ALTHOUGH UPPER 20S WERE
COMMON IN NORTHWEST IOWA.

THE TRANQUIL WEATHER IN THE REGION WILL CONTINUE TODAY AS HIGH
PRESSURE MOVES THROUGH THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY. SOME LINGERING
CLOUDINESS IS EXPECTED NEAR THE GREAT LAKES WITH RELATIVELY SUNNY
CONDITIONS FARTHER SOUTH AND WEST. TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO
REMAIN COOL FOR TODAY INTO TONIGHT. MODERATION WILL BEGIN ON
THURSDAY AS WINDS TURN SOUTHERLY ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE HIGH.
CHANCES OF RAIN WILL RETURN TO THE HIGH PLAINS BY THURSDAY
AFTERNOON WITH THE RAIN THREAT SPREADING INTO IOWA AND SURROUNDING
LOCATIONS BY LATER FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY. THE THREAT OF RAIN WILL
KEEP TEMPERATURES AT OR BELOW NORMAL INTO THE WEEKEND.

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