Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1111 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

Early morning showers had dissipated or moved into Illinois by mid
morning. Otherwise, skies were sunny across the state with partly
sunny conditions developing over the northern counties by late
morning. Early morning lows were in the 40s northwest to the middle
50s central and south. However, by late morning, readings had risen
into the upper 50s northeast to the lower 70s south. Northwest winds
were 10 to 20 mph with occasional stronger gusts.

A cold front from the Great Lakes into southeast Iowa and Illinois
will sweep southeast across the region today. Clouds and scattered
showers with perhaps a few thunderstorms will develop later today,
mainly over northern Iowa today and northeast Iowa on Tuesday. Highs
will be below normal both days ranging from the middle 60s over
northern Iowa to the middle 70s over southern Iowa. High pressure
will move across the region Wednesday and as it moves east of the
area, winds will turn and blow from the south bringing more moisture
to the region. This will lead to increased rain and storm chances late
in the week. It is unclear at this time whether there will be severe

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