Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
431 AM CDT Mon May 22 2017

Some mid clouds and possibly a few sprinkles have moved into west
central and northwest Iowa overnight with mainly clear skies
elsewhere. Winds have generally been out of the south at 5 to 10 mph.
Early morning temperatures range from the lower to mid 40s across the
east to the low 50s across northwest Iowa.

A few upper level disturbances will bring chances for showers and
thunderstorms to portions of the state today, before a more widespread
chance for precipitation is expected tonight as a weak cold front
drops through the state. An isolated strong to marginally severe storm
will be possible late this afternoon into the evening hours, with
large hail or damaging winds gusts the main severe threat. Showers are
expected to linger late tonight into Tuesday, with warmer temperatures
today and a cool down into Tuesday. Temperatures are then expected to
warm into the end of the week and upcoming holiday weekend.


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