Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
432 PM CDT TUE APR 14 2015

WITH HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT LAKES...IT WAS A FAIRLY SUNNY
DAY ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST. THERE WERE SCATTERED CLOUDS FROM
SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI AND KANSAS IN ADVANCE OF AN AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE WHICH WILL BE MOVING INTO THE SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
PARTS OF THE REGION OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS. NORMAL HIGH
TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE GENERALLY IN THE
UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S. TUESDAY AFTERNOON`S HIGHS WERE ABOUT 10 TO
15 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL FOR MUCH OF THE REGION. AT 4 PM...IT WAS
69 DEGREES IN DES MOINES...73 IN SIOUX FALLS...SOUTH DAKOTA...AND
MILWAUKEE...WISCONSIN HAD A TEMPERATURE OF 63 DEGREES. TUESDAY
AFTERNOON/S WINDS WERE MUCH LIGHTER THAN THE PAST FEW
DAYS...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTH AT AROUND 5 TO 10 MPH FOR MOST OF
THE AFTERNOON.

FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING INTO THE AFTERNOON...EXPECT TO SEE SKIES
BECOMING MOSTLY CLOUDY...WITH SLIGHT RAINFALL CHANCES FROM
SOUTHERN IOWA INTO MISSOURI ASSOCIATED WITH THE AFOREMENTIONED
AREA OF LOW PRESSURE. NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURES ARE IN THE UPPER
30S TO LOW 40S...AND TEMPERATURES WILL BE AROUND 5 OR SO DEGREES
ABOVE THOSE VALUES WEDNESDAY MORNING. WITH THE INCREASE IN
CLOUDS...TEMPERATURES FOR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WILL BE AROUND 5 TO
10 DEGREES COOLER THAN WHAT THEY WERE FOR TUESDAY AFTERNOON AS
THEY TOP OUT IN THE 60S FOR MUCH OF THE REGION. WINDS WILL BE ON
THE STRONGER SIDE...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT AROUND 15 TO 25
MPH.

THERE ARE CHANCES FOR SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS THURSDAY
AFTERNOON AS ANOTHER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE NEARS THE REGION. AS OF
NOW...IT APPEARS RAINFALL AMOUNTS SHOULD GENERALLY BE IN THE FEW
HUNDREDTH TO ONE TENTH OF AN INCH RANGE. TEMPERATURES SHOULD
REMAIN NEAR NORMAL FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK AND SUNDAY WILL BE
THE NEXT BEST CHANCE FOR WIDESPREAD RAIN IN THE MIDWEST.

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