Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
449 AM CDT Sat Jul 22 2017

Heavy rain was found over portions of northeast to eastern Iowa early
this morning and caused multiple areas of flash flooding. Shortly
after 4 AM CDT, a few isolated storms developed over southwest Iowa.
A boundary draped across the state from west to east generally along
Interstate 80 and temperatures norther of the this line were in the
lower 70s while south temperatures remained in the lower 80s.

Another hot and humid day in store for central to southern Iowa before
the aforementioned front moves south into Missouri by the afternoon
hours and brings less humid and cooler temperatures. Cooler and less
humid air mass will continue to filter into the state tonight into
Sunday providing some much needed relief of the oppressive heat. Near
normal temperatures are forecast throughout the week.


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