Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1041 AM CST SAT JAN 24 2015

ALMOST ALL OF IOWA ENJOYED SUNNY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES THIS
MORNING. THE EXCEPTION WAS FAR EASTERN AND NORTHEASTERN IOWA
ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER WHERE LOW CLOUDS AND FOG WERE PRESENT.
THESE CLOUDS WERE GRADUALLY ERODING AS THE MORNING WORE ON.
TEMPERATURES HAD RISEN INTO THE 30S STATEWIDE BY LATE MORNING AND
WINDS WERE FROM THE WEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

CONTINUED SUNNY AND WARM WEATHER IS ON TAP FOR THE REST OF THE DAY
WITH HIGHS EXPECTED TO REACH THE UPPER 30S NORTHEAST TO MID 50S
SOUTHWEST. A CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL QUICKLY MOVE SOUTHEAST FROM THE
DAKOTAS THIS AFTERNOON AND BRING CHANCES OF RAIN TO NORTHERN AND
WESTERN IOWA BY THIS EVENING. THIS RAIN WILL TRANSITION TO SNOW
LATE TONIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY MORNING...WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF
SNOW EXPECTED OVER NORTHEAST IOWA BEFORE THE STORM DEPARTS MIDDAY
SUNDAY. MORE SEASONABLE AIR FILTERS INTO THE REGION ON SUNDAY
BEFORE THE WARMER WEATHER RETURNS BY MONDAY AND CONTINUES
THROUGHOUT MUCH OF THE WORK WEEK. THE WARMEST DAY LOOKS TO BE
WEDNESDAY WHERE HIGHS ARE EXPECTED TO RISE INTO THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 50S OVER CENTRAL TO SOUTHWEST IOWA. THERE WILL BE SEVERAL
SHOTS OF PRECIPITATION NEXT WORK WEEK...PRIMARILY OVER THE EASTERN
PARTS OF THE REGION. COLDER TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN TO THE REGION
BY NEXT WEEKEND.

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KS



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