Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1112 AM CST Thu Dec 14 2017

Skies were sunny over the northeast counties with partly sunny skies
over the remainder of the state this morning. It was a cool morning
across the northeast with single digits over the northeast to the
lower 30s southwest. By late morning, readings had warmed into the
upper teens northeast to the middle 30s southwest. Winds this morning
have been mostly light and variable.

A frontal boundary stretched along the Missouri River basin from the
Dakotas into Missouri this morning. Clouds are expected to spread
across much of the region today and tonight. A weak upper level
disturbance will move through the state later today bringing slight chances
for some light snow or flurries to portions of the state this
afternoon into tonight. Dry and warmer conditions are then expected
for the state into Friday and Saturday. There will be a chance for
some light rain across far southeast Iowa into Sunday, with generally
dry and mild conditions expected again into early next week.

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