Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
516 AM CDT SUN APR 26 2015

CLOUDS CLEARED AWAY OVER NORTHERN IOWA LAST EVENING...BUT HELD
THROUGH MUCH OF THE NIGHT OVER THE CENTRAL AND SOUTH. CLEARING WAS
SPREADING SOUTH BEFORE SUNRISE THIS MORNING HOWEVER. TEMPERATURES
FELL TO THE LOW TO MID 30S IN AREAS WHERE CLEARING TOOK PLACE.
THEY REMAINED IN THE 40S ELSEWHERE WINDS WERE NORTH TO NORTHEAST
ACROSS THE STATE WITH SPEEDS AROUND 5 MPH.

HIGH PRESSURE EXTENDED FROM NORTH CENTRAL CANADA INTO IOWA. THE
HIGH WILL BUILD SOUTH THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

SEASONAL WEATHER IS EXPECTED FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE UPCOMING
WORK WEEK. HIGHS TODAY WILL BE A BIT BELOW NORMAL...GENERALLY IN
THE 60S. A GRADUAL WARMING TREND IS EXPECTED THROUGH THE WEEK. BY
WEEKS END HIGHS WILL REACH THE 70S TO AROUND 80.

DRY WEATHER IS EXPECTED UNDER THE DOMINANCE OF THE HIGH PRESSURE.
THE NEXT CHANCE FOR RAIN WILL ARRIVE ABOUT SATURDAY IN THE FORM OF
WIDELY SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS.

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