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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
439 AM CDT Sat Oct 14 2017

A few showers are dwindling over southeast Iowa while thunderstorms
are moving through southeast Nebraska early this morning. Much of sky
above Iowa is filled with clouds and temperatures are in the 50s in
many places, though there are some low 60s sneaking into southeast
Iowa and some temperatures around 40 degrees in the northwest. Winds
were generally from the northeast under 10 mph.

The thunderstorms over southeast Nebraska will move into southwest
Iowa early this morning and continue to move to the northeast. Showers
and storms are expected to become more widespread throughout the day
into this evening as a warm front lifts into the state. Strong to
severe thunderstorms will be possible along and south of this warm
front, mainly over southeastern parts of Iowa later this afternoon and
evening. High temperatures will range from the middle 50s over
northwest Iowa to around 80 degrees over southeast Iowa today. As a
cold front moves through the state tonight, winds from the northwest
will become strong and gusty bringing much colder and drier air for
Sunday. Highs will only peak in the 50s on Sunday with areas of frost
possible over northern Iowa by Monday morning. Temperatures will
rebound into the 60s and 70s with no widespread rainfall expected next


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