Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
549 PM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

AFTER SNOW...FREEZING RAIN...AND SHOWERS AND STORMS PASSED THROUGH
THE STATE LAST NIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING...THE REST OF THE DAY
WAS A BIT BREEZY BUT GENERALLY OVERCAST AND QUIET. HIGHS ACROSS
THE STATE WERE A REMINDER THAT SPRING IS NOT ENTIRELY HERE YET
WITH THE NORTHEAST STRUGGLING TO REACH 30 AND THE SOUTHWEST
TOUCHING SOME LOW 50S. THIS EVENING TEMPERATURES WILL BEGIN THEIR
FALL INTO THE LOW 20S FOR THE NORTHEAST AND MID 30S FOR THE
SOUTHWEST.

TEMPERATURES WILL BOUNCE AROUND A BIT DURING THE WEEK. A REBOUND
WILL BE SEEN TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY INTO THE MID 40S TO LOW 60S BEFORE
ANOTHER QUICK COOL OFF THURSDAY AND FRIDAY DOWN INTO 40S AND
ANOTHER WARM UP INTO THE 50S AND 60S BY THE END OF THE WEEKEND.

A SYSTEM THAT IS ORGANIZING OVER KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA WILL MOVE
THROUGH THE REGION TOMORROW...BRINGING WITH IT CHANCES FOR
FREEZING RAIN IN THE EARLY HOURS...AND WIDESPREAD RAIN AND STORMS
LATER ON IN THE DAY TUESDAY. THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR FREEZING
RAIN WILL OCCUR OVER SOUTH CENTRAL IOWA AND WILL GIVE WAY TO RAIN
AS TEMPERATURES RISE AFTER SUNRISE. DURING THE AFTERNOON AND
THROUGH THE EVENING...RAIN WILL MOVE GENERALLY EASTWARD ACROSS
THE STATE AND SHOULD EXIT IOWA PRIOR TO SUNRISE WEDNESDAY. AREAS
NEAR THE MINNESOTA BORDER MAY PERIODS OF WINTRY MIX WITH HIGHS
FORECAST IN THE MID 30S. TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS MAY BE AROUND A
HALF AN INCH FOR MUCH OF THE STATE...WITH STORMS POSSIBLY CAUSING
SMALL AREAS TO SEE HIGHER TOTALS. THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK SHAPES
UP TO BE QUIET WITH ONLY LIMITED CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION.

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CURTIS



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