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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
442 AM CDT Thu Jun 22 2017

Scattered thunderstorms blossomed over north central and northeast
Iowa early this morning with a few wind gusts to near 40 mph.
Otherwise, the sky was partly cloudy with temperatures in the 70s.
Winds from the southwest were breezy over the southern 2/3rds of the

These storms will continue to move off to the east this morning while
a cold front moves out of western Minnesota and southeast South
Dakota into Iowa and Nebraska today. Thunderstorms will develop along
this front later today and tonight with severe weather and locally
heavy rain possible. The storms will move off to the southeast with
most of them clear of the state by sunrise Friday. Cooler and drier
air will arrive on gusty winds from the northwest on Friday as
temperatures peak in the 70s. Temperatures will range from the upper
60s to middle 70s with lows from the upper 40s to middle 50s this
weekend. Other than some showers or a few storms skirting northeast
Iowa Saturday, mainly dry weather is expected. Temperatures will begin
to moderate early next week with the return of thunderstorms by later
Tuesday into Wednesday.


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