Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
517 AM CDT TUE APR 21 2015

SKIES WERE CLEAR ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA OVERNIGHT ALONG WITH COOL
TEMPERATURES. THE EXCEPTION WAS IN FAR NORTHEAST IOWA WHERE LOW
CLOUDS CONTINUED TO PASS OVERHEAD. THE STRONG WINDS FROM MONDAY
HAD DIMINISHED SOMEWHAT BUT CONTINUED AT A FRESH PACE OVERNIGHT
FROM THE WEST AT 10 TO 20 MPH. TEMPERATURES FELL TO SOME OF THE
COOLEST READINGS OF THE MONTH WITH VALUES IN THE 30S
STATEWIDE...ALTHOUGH A FEW UPPER 20S WERE NOTED IN FAR NORTHWEST
IOWA.

STRONG WINDS ARE FORECAST TO PERSIST ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION ON
TUESDAY AS BRISK NORTHWEST WINDS CONTINUE. WIND ADVISORIES HAVE
BEEN ISSUED FROM IOWA AND MINNESOTA EASTWARD TO THE MID ATLANTIC
FOR THE STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS. A WEAK SYSTEM WILL DIVE SOUTHEAST
FROM THE DAKOTAS AND PASS THROUGH IOWA BY AFTERNOON. A FEW
ISOLATED SHOWERS WILL BE POSSIBLE LATER TODAY FROM CENTRAL IOWA
INTO WESTERN ILLINOIS. RELATIVELY QUIET WEATHER IS THEN FORECAST
INTO WEDNESDAY WITH LITTLE THREAT OF RAINFALL IN THE UPPER
MIDWEST. GRADUALLY...A SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES WILL
LIFT NORTHEAST WITH AN INCREASING CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION TOWARD
THE END OF THE WORK WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO SLOWLY REBOUND
DURING THE WEEK AND APPROACH NORMAL LEVELS BY THE END FRIDAY.



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