Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1049 AM CDT Tue Oct 25 2016

After being spoiled with a few days of pleasant fall conditions, today
and portions of tomorrow will be on the wet and dreary side. But
first, clouds kept overnight lows on the mild side across the western
two thirds of the state where upper 40s prevailed. Eastern Iowa was
able to sneak in a few mid to upper 30s before clouds took over. As of
late this morning, clouds covered the vast majority of the state, with
only a few areas in southwest Iowa seeing a bit of sunshine.
Temperatures had not risen much with many in the upper 40s to mid

Showers and scattered thunderstorms will overtake much of the state
tonight and into Wednesday morning, with the heaviest rainfall
expected over northern and northeast areas of the state. As the low
pressure system moves across tonight, there will be a small chance for
severe weather in the west and southwest, with strong to damaging
winds the main threat. After the system moves out Wednesday,
temperatures will return to the 60s and 70s, with the end of the week
look to be quite warm for this time of the year.


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