Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
500 AM CDT Mon Aug 29 2016

Isolated thunderstorms moved across south central Iowa overnight
and were accompanied with brief heavy downpours. Patchy fog
developed early this morning and brought visibilities down to one
half mile or less near Mason City and Iowa Falls. Sky conditions
were partly to mostly cloudy. Temperatures at 4 am were in the mid
60s to near 70. The wind was light at 6 mph or less.

High pressure over the central Great Lakes will remain ridged into
central Iowa today and will help keep winds light across the
region. A few thunderstorms are expected mainly south of
Interstate 80 today. These storms will be capable of locally
heavy rainfall and gusty winds. A boundary will settle south
throught the Midwest on Tuesday and will bring the potential for
additional thunderstorms. Cooler and less humid conditions will
follow through the end of the week. Little to no precipitation is
expected Wednesday through Friday.

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