Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1112 AM CDT Thu Sep 22 2016

Areas of showers and thunderstorms continued to fall over parts of
north central and northeast Iowa this morning. Outside of the
showers and storms, skies were partly sunny or cloudy. Early
morning low temperatures were in the middle 60s north to lower 70s
south. By late morning, readings were in the middle 60s northeast
to the lower 80s southwest. Winds were east to southeast at 10 to
15 mph over the west with light and variable winds over eastern

A frontal boundary stretched across Iowa this morning. Storms will
develop along that boundary. A boundary responsible for the
recent storms will remain draped across the central portions of
the United States later this afternoon. This will provide the
focus for additional storms by late afternoon into tonight and may
lead to more flooding issues in portions of Iowa and surrounding
areas of Minnesota and Wisconsin. The active weather will remain
across the Midwest into this weekend before a front sweeps through
the state bringing in cooler and drier air by early next week.

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