Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
525 PM CST Wed Nov 15 2017

While breezy northwest winds were experienced by all, sunshine or
overcast skies all depended on what part of the state you were in.
Northeast Iowa drew the short straw and was generally stuck under
cloud cover today, while much of the rest of the state saw lots of
sunshine. Thanks to the cold front last night and early this morning,
highs ranged from a chilly upper 30s across the northeast, to a
tolerable, but breezy, mid 50s across the south and southeast.

Thursday will remain on the chilly side with morning lows in the 20s
and highs in the 40s, but sunshine should prevail for many through a
good portion of the day. Temperatures will see a nice rise Friday,
ranging from the upper 40s in the northeast to the low 60s in the
southwest, but will be short lived as a cold front will push through
during the evening and overnight hours. Temperatures during the
weekend will see highs in the mid 30s to mid 40s, and the coldest lows
Sunday morning in the teens to mid 20s. Scattered chances for rain
will move in ahead of the cold front Friday, then will stick around
a bit into Saturday morning for some.


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