Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1052 AM CDT TUE MAY 26 2015

SHOWERS AND STORMS CONTINUED ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT
AND THIS MORNING...RESULTING IN ANOTHER SOAKING RAINFALL. MANY
AREAS RECEIVED AT LEAST A COUPLE TENTHS OF AN INCH OF RAIN SINCE
MIDNIGHT...AND A FEW AREAS HAD RECEIVED A HALF INCH OR MORE. LOWS
THIS MORNING WERE ONCE AGAIN TEMPERED BY THE CLOUD COVER AND
RAINFALL...HANGING AROUND IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S. HIGHS TODAY
WILL REACH INTO UPPER 60S AND LOW 70S. THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
DRIVING ALL OF THE SHOWER ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE NORTHEAST
OUT OF THE REGION TODAY...BUT SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL LINGER MUCH
OF THE MORNING AND INTO THE AFTERNOON. WINDS WILL ALSO BE VARIABLE
AS THE LOW PRESSURE MOVES ON...EVENTUALLY SETTLING OUT OF THE WEST
AND NORTHWEST LATER THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. A BOUNDARY SITTING
ACROSS THE NORTHWEST PART OF THE STATE MAY INDUCE A FEW STORMS
LATER THIS AFTERNOON...BUT THEY ARE NOT EXPECTED TO BE SEVERE AND
SHOULD BE SHORT LIVED.

WEDNESDAY IS SHAPING UP TO BE THE LONE DRY DAY FOR A MAJORITY OF
THE STATE AS PRECIPITATION CHANCE RETURN THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND
LINGER THROUGH THE WEEKEND. IN THE MEANTIME...HIGHS THE REST OF
THE WEEK WILL RAMP UP INTO THE 80S FOR WEDNESDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY AS SOUTHERLY WINDS RETURN...BEFORE A COOL DOWN INTO THE
60S FOR THE WEEKEND AS ANOTHER SYSTEM PUSHES THROUGH.

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