Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
446 AM CST Sat Nov 11 2017

A cloudy sky prevailed over Iowa during the overnight hours. Although
there were low clouds reported over northern Iowa, precipitation
managed to stay north of the state. The clouds along with a southerly
wind at 15 mph helped to keep temperatures mainly in the 30s
statewide. The exception was a couple of locations northeast where
readings were in the upper 20s.

A weather system will pass to the east today through early Sunday
bringing a chance of rain to much of the region today. Late tonight
into Sunday morning, colder air will make its way into northern Iowa.
The temperatures will be cold enough to change the rain over to snow
along the highway 20 corridor.

For the remainder of the week temperatures will moderate back into the
40s north to the 50s south. There will be a couple of weather systems
to bring precip to the region. The system on Tuesday will come in the
form of rain with a slight chance for a couple rumbles of thunder
across the south. The Thursday system will bring rain to the area
during the day with a wintery mix or change over across the north to


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