Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
510 AM CST Mon Feb 13 2017

The weather was tranquil overnight across Iowa as high pressure moved
across the state. Winds which were northwest to start the overnight
period became southwest with the passage of the high. Some high clouds
steamed into southern Iowa from a system in the southern United
States, but overall skies were clear. Temperatures during the early
morning hours were mainly in the 20s statewide with a few lower 30s in
northwest Iowa where the winds had increased.

Much of the region will see quiet weather today into tonight with
clear to partly cloudy skies and temperatures well above normal. A
cold front will push through the upper Midwest later today into
tonight. This is forecast to spread colder air into the region by
midweek. However, this cool down will be short lived as warmer air
surges back into the Midwest on Thursday into Friday. Highs by Friday
will be in the 50s and 60s in Iowa and surrounding areas. There is
little threat of precipitation this work week in the Midwest as
moisture will be limited throughout the region.

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