Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1102 AM CDT Sun Jul 24 2016

Skies were mostly sunny across the state except for some spotty
showers along the Missouri border. Early morning lows were in the
upper 60s northwest to the mid to upper 70s southeast. By late
morning, temperatures had warmed into the upper 70s north to the
lower and middle 80s south. Most of the state was under the
influence of a north wind around 10 mph. The southeast counties
had a southwest wind around 10 mph.

A cold front extended from low pressure over Wisconsin into Iowa
and Kansas this morning. A few thunderstorms are possible as the
front works its way across Iowa today and tonight for areas
further south. The main story will be a relief from the heat and
humidity over the last several days. This relief will begin today
and gradually progress through the week. From today through
Tuesday, highs will range from the mid 80s to lower 90s with
generally dry conditions. During the latter half of the week a
return of persistent rain and thunderstorm chances will bring
temperatures down farther, with daily highs generally in the upper
70s to mid 80s.

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