Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
451 AM CDT Sun Oct 16 2016

Widespread dense fog blanketed much of central to western Iowa
into eastern Nebraska as well as even portions of northeast Iowa
into southwest Wisconsin early this morning. Visibility was
reduced to a quarter mile or less at times. At 4 AM CDT,
temperatures ranged in the upper 40s to lower 50s in northern
Iowa, southern Minnesota, northeast Nebraska, and southeast South
Dakota where clear skies prevailed. Under the dense fog,
temperatures ranged in the upper 50s to middle 60s with a few
locations in far southeast Iowa remaining around 70.

Expect the warm and humid conditions to remain across the state
today with cloudy skies persisting for much of the day once the
dense fog lifts by mid morning. A few stray storms are possible
this evening over northern Iowa into southern Minnesota. More fog
is possible over western Iowa by Monday morning. Warm and humid
conditions continue on Monday with near record highs possible
over the southern half of Iowa. Breezy south winds are forecast
too. A cold front is expected to push through the state Monday
night into Tuesday and bring seasonal temperatures back to the
state by Wednesday and through the remainder of the work week.


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