Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
527 PM CDT Sun Mar 26 2017

Cloudy, cool, and dreary conditions continued today over the state of
Iowa. Temperatures barely nudged through the day with most locations
hovering in the 40s. Areas of light rain and drizzle were seen at
times. Expect widespread cloud cover to persist through the night and
into Monday. Clearing skies will begin by early afternoon in western
Iowa, with sunshine possibly making it as far east as Interstate 35
before sunset. Highs tomorrow will be right around normal for late
March in the upper 40s to mid 50s.

A brief reprieve from the cloudy weather is in store for Tuesday
before the next round of cloudy, rainy weather returns by Wednesday.
Much of the state looks likely to see see rainfall Wednesday and
Thursday, with the heaviest amounts in southern Iowa along and south
of Interstate 80. The risk for storms will stay south of the area.
Warmer weather and some sunshine looks possible for next weekend with
only a slight chance for additional light rainfall.


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