Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
511 PM CDT TUE SEP 30 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WERE OVER THE WESTERN THIRD OF THE STATE
BY LATE AFTERNOON. SKIES WERE CLOUDY ACROSS THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE STATE WITH CLEAR SKIES OVER THE EAST. HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE
IN THE UPPER 50S NORTHEAST TO THE MIDDLE 70S SOUTH. EAST TO
SOUTHEAST WINDS WERE 5 TO 15 MPH WITH OCCASIONAL STRONGER GUSTS.

LOW PRESSURE WAS CENTERED OVER WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA LATE THIS
AFTERNOON WITH A FRONTAL BOUNDARY DROPPING SOUTH ACROSS THE
CENTRAL PLAINS. RAIN IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY FOR ESSENTIALLY ALL OF IOWA...INTO SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND
WESTERN WISCONSIN AS ANOTHER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL BE SWINGING
THROUGH THE REGION. BEHIND THIS AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL COME A
COLD FRONT WHICH WILL DROP TEMPERATURES HEADING INTO THIS WEEKEND.
BY FRIDAY...HIGHS WILL LIKELY BE IN THE 50S AND 60S...AND LOWS
WILL BE IN THE 30S AND 40S.

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