Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
619 PM CDT Mon Oct 24 2016

High pressure over the Northern Plains kept skies mostly clear to
clear across Iowa this afternoon with highs topping out in the mid
50s north to mid 60s south. Winds were from the east at 5 to 10

The current stretch of dry weather will come to an end during the
day on Tuesday as a weather system lifts into the region. Showers
and even a few isolated thunderstorms will impact the area from
Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon. On Tuesday, the
best chance for stronger thunderstorms will be in far southwest
Iowa, southeast Nebraska, and eastern Kansas while the threat for
heavy rain will stretch from the Siouxland east northeast to the
Mid-Mississippi River valley. After this system exits late
Wednesday, dry weather will return for the end of the week and the
weekend. High temperatures for the next seven days will be near to
slightly above seasonal norms with readings in the 50s and 60s
for all but Friday, when a warmup will push highs into the 60s and


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