Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1053 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

A BAND OF SCATTERED SHOWERS IS SLOWLY MOVING SOUTH AND EAST ACROSS
NORTH CENTRAL INTO NORTHWEST AND WEST CENTRAL IOWA THIS MORNING.
OTHERWISE...CLOUDS WERE OVER THE NORTHWEST HALF OF THE STATE AND
WILL CONTINUE TO FILL IN OVER THE SOUTHEAST. EARLY MORNING LOWS
WERE IN THE MIDDLE 30S NORTH TO THE MIDDLE 40S SOUTH. BY LATE
MORNING...READINGS HAD WARMED INTO THE MIDDLE 50S TO MIDDLE 60S.

A BOUNDARY STRETCHED FROM MINNESOTA INTO NORTHWEST IOWA AND
EASTERN NEBRASKA THIS MORNING. SCATTERED SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS HAD DEVELOPED ALONG THE BOUNDARY. TEMPERATURES WILL
BE A LITTLE COOLER TODAY DUE TO THE CLOUD COVER...BUT A WARMING
TREND IS IN STORE FOR THE WEEKEND. ADDITIONAL RAIN CHANCES ARE
ALSO EXPECTED FOR THE WEEKEND...WITH THE BEST CHANCE FOR
WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS COMING SUNDAY NIGHT INTO
EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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