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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1136 AM CDT Thu Aug 25 2016

A large area of rainfall moved into southwest and south central
Iowa early this morning and was gradually weakening as it moved to
the east northeast. Rainfall amounts were generally light. The
parent weather system also spread clouds over much of Iowa this
morning and was holding temperatures down in the upper 60s to low
70s. Winds were light and variable statewide.

Clouds will cover the state for much of the day today and keep
temperatures on the cool side. Highs will only reach the mid to
upper 70s. High pressure will settle over northern Iowa and
southern Minnesota later today and persist into Friday, bringing
continued cool and pleasant conditions. Warm and moist air will
lift back north Friday into Saturday and this will bring renewed
chances for thunderstorms to the Midwest. Temperatures will return
to seasonable norms this weekend into next week.


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