Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1055 AM CDT Tue May 23 2017

A bit of sunshine greeted residents of central and southwest Iowa this
morning, but unfortunately the rest remained under mostly cloudy to
cloudy skies. Morning lows were held pretty mild with the cloud cover,
residing in the mid 40s to low 50s in most spots. As of late this
morning, showers were making their way across Iowa from northwest to
southeast, along with cool northwest winds and temperatures ranging
from the low 50s to near 60.

Throughout the day, scattered showers will stream across Iowa and
other parts of the region, with the opportunity for a few isolated
rumbles of thunder later this afternoon. With northwest winds in place
across much of the region, temperatures will remain cool in the mid
50s to mid 60s for most. Fortunately, temperatures will return to the
70s through the rest of the week and into the weekend. While it would
be nice to say the coming days will be filled with lots of sunshine,
that is unfortunately not the case. There will be a couple of
opportunities for showers and storms, namely to end the week Friday
and on through the weekend. In the meantime, showers will push out
through the day Wednesday before giving way to at least a day of
sunshine on Thursday.


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