Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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AWUS83 KDMX 141058

458 AM CST Tue Nov 14 2017

Cloudy skies continued through the overnight as a broad cloud shield
stretched from northern Minnesota to Texas. Areas of fog developed
across northwest Iowa and dropped visibilities to near 1 mile at
times. A few areas of drizzle were also reported. Temperatures
remained nearly steady overnight and ranged from the low to mid 30s
over the east to mid 40s southwest. The wind was from the south to
southeast at 5 to 15 mph.

Gulf moisture will continue to stream north into the Midwest today and
will keep the clouds entrenched across the area through the day. A few
areas of drizzle may persist through the day as well. High
temperatures will range from the lower 40s across northeast Iowa to
the mid 50s through the mid to lower Missouri Valley. A boundary will
pass through tonight. Rain is expected to develop in advance of the
system by this evening. A few areas of fog may also redevelop. Drier
air will move into the region on Wednesday as high pressure approaches
from the west. A stronger system will arrive towards the end of the
week and will bring another chance for precipitation. Gusty winds will
likely accompany the system as well. Colder air will follow for the

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