Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1036 AM CDT Sat Jul 22 2017

Heavy rain continued over northeastern Iowa last night causing the
flash flood warning to be extended until 11 AM this morning in Bremer
county in addition to an areal flood warning for the area until 8 PM
Sunday. Bremer and counties to its east reported rain greater than 4
inches for last night. For the rest of today across the state, the
rain has ended. Heat warnings remain in effect for the southern half
of the state until 8 PM tonight. Highs for southern Iowa are expected
to be in the mid to lower 90s with dewpoints following close behind
pushing heat indices into the upper 90s and possibly 100. A weak front
is slipping south over the state and will gradually drop our
temperatures and dewpoints this afternoon and into tonight. Due to the
boundary set up in the central part of the state, highs in northern
Iowa are expected to only be in the mid 80s.

Pleasant conditions return tomorrow thanks to the front. Still warm
but much drier. Highs in the mid to upper 80s and dewpoints in the
60s. Skies will be mostly sunny. The beginning of the work week will
continue being pleasant as far as temperatures and dewpoints with
plenty of sunshine. The next chances for rain start late Tuesday and
continue through Friday. Expected highs for the beginning of the week
are in the mid to lower 80s across Iowa.


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