Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
408 AM CST THU JAN 22 2015

CLOUDY SKIES AND LIGHT NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS PREVAILED ACROSS
MUCH OF THE REGION EARLY THIS MORNING. AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE
WAS CENTERED OVER THE CENTRAL ROCKIES AND EXTENDED EAST OVER
NEBRASKA...KANSAS...AND INTO IOWA AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. AT 4
AM...TEMPERATURES RANGED IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 20S ACROSS IOWA.

THE CENTER OF HIGH PRESSURE IS FORECAST TO SLIDE INTO WESTERN IOWA
AND NORTHERN MISSOURI BY THIS AFTERNOON AND ALLOW FOR SKIES TO
BECOME MOSTLY SUNNY LATE IN THE DAY. HIGH PRESSURE IS ANTICIPATED
TO DOMINATE THE WEATHER PATTERN THROUGH THE EARLY PART OF THE
WEEKEND AND PROVIDE WELL ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY
CONDITIONS. A WEAK PULSE OF ENERGY LOOKS TO BRING THE CHANCE FOR
MIXED PRECIPITATION OVERNIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY
MORNING. THE WELL ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
PERSIST INTO THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK WITH 50S POSSIBLE BY TUESDAY.

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KLP



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