Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
524 PM CST FRI JAN 23 2015

A BAND OF CLOUDS MOVED SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE STATE THIS AFTERNOON.
BY LATE AFTERNOON...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE MIDDLE 30S NORTHEAST TO THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 40S
SOUTHWEST. SOUTHWEST WINDS WERE 10 TO 15 MPH.

A WEAK BOUNDARY WILL CROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST TONIGHT. A FEW
SPRINKLES OR FLURRIES ARE POSSIBLE WITH THIS BOUNDARY AS IT
PASSES. TEMPERATURES ON SATURDAY WILL CONTINUE TO BE ABOVE
AVERAGE WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S...40S...AND EVEN SOME 50S. AN
ALBERTA CLIPPER WILL RACE SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH THE REGION LATE
SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY MORNING...BRINGING SNOW TO NORTHERN
IOWA...SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...AND WISCONSIN AND RAIN FURTHER SOUTH.
SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ARE POSSIBLE FROM THIS STORM ALONG THE
UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE ON
MONDAY WITH ANOTHER WEAK STORM SLIDING DOWN ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI
RIVER. ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO CONTINUE WELL
INTO NEXT WEEK WITH HIGHS REACHING THE 40S FOR MUCH OF IOWA...WITH
EVEN 50S POSSIBLE AGAIN BY WEDNESDAY.

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