Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1107 AM CDT THU JUN 25 2015

THUNDERSTORMS FINALLY EXITED SOUTHEAST IOWA AND PUSHED INTO
ILLINOIS EARLIER THIS MORNING. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE. EARLY MORNING LOWS WERE IN THE
UPPER 50S NORTHWEST TO THE UPPER 60S SOUTH. LATE MORNING READINGS
WERE GENERALLY IN THE 70S STATEWIDE. NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS WERE
5 TO 10 MPH.

A COLD FRONT STRETCHED FROM SOUTHERN IOWA INTO NORTHERN MISSOURI
AND KANSAS LATE THIS MORNING AND WILL STALL OUT. PRECIPITATION
CHANCES TODAY WILL BE RELEGATED TO THE VICINITY OF THE BOUNDARY.
AN UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM WILL ARRIVE TONIGHT INTO EARLY FRIDAY AND
WILL BRING RENEWED CHANCES FOR THUNDERSTORMS. THESE STORMS COULD
BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WITH THE GREATEST
AMOUNTS EXPECTED OVER MISSOURI. SATURDAY WILL BE COOL FOLLOWED BY
ANOTHER CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS ON SUNDAY.

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