Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
456 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

SKIES WERE GENERALLY CLEAR OVER THE STATE LAST NIGHT WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF SOME PATCHY CLOUDS OVER THE NORTHWEST AND THE FAR
SOUTH. PATCHY FOG FORMED...MAINLY IN LOW LYING AREAS...WITH
VISIBILITY REDUCED TO LESS THAN ONE QUARTER OF A MILE AT TIMES.
TEMPERATURES RANTED FROM THE MID 40S OVER THE NORTH...TO THE LOW
60S OVER THE SOUTHWEST. WINDS WERE LIGHT EAST TO SOUTHEAST AT
AROUND 5 MPH OR LESS.

HIGH PRESSURE OVER WESTERN ONTARIO EXTENDS SOUTH INTO THE
TENNESSEE RIVER VALLEY. THE HIGH WILL DRIFT EAST AS A WEAK FRONTAL
SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM THE ROCKIES. THE SYSTEM WILL MOVE THROUGH
THE UPPER MIDWEST BY LATE SATURDAY NIGHT.

THE HIGH WILL BRING CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES TO IOWA AND
AREAS NORTH AND EAST TODAY INTO TONIGHT. CLOUDS AND SCATTERED
SHOWERS WILL BE LOCATED TO THE WEST.

AS THE FRONTAL SYSTEM FROM THE ROCKIES ADVANCES EAST AND THE HIGH
RETREATS...THERE WILL BE AN INCREASED CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD INTO THE UPPER MIDWEST SUNDAY INTO NEXT
WEEK. THE HIGH WILL BRING COOLER AND DRIER WEATHER TO THE UPPER
MIDWEST THROUGH MID WEEK.

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