Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
457 AM CDT Sun Jun 25 2017

The wind diminished overnight to speeds under 10 mph and were
generally out of the west or northwest. Skies were clear and
temperatures ranged from the upper 40`s to around 50 north to the mid
50`s south. The exception across the south being the Nish Valley
where readings were around 50.

The week will turn active as several upper level disturbances sweep
across the region. From time to time these disturbances will coincide
with boundaries across our area producing some robust to severe
storms...especially in the Tuesday night through early Friday
timeframe. The first such disturbance will pass across the Northern
Plains into the Great Lakes region. A second one tonight will dive
across the Dakota`s into Iowa. There won`t be much moisture or
instability to work with so showers and possibly a rumble or two of
thunder is all that is expected. By midweek warmer temperatures and
deeper moisture will move back into the Upper Midwest providing a
better environment for strong storms.

Temperatures through Monday will range from the mid 60`s northeast to
the mid 70`s southwest. Tuesday will see highs generally in the 70`s
statewide with a few 80`s scattered across the west. For the rest of
the upcoming week...highs will be in the mid 70`s to mid 80`s.


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