Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
517 AM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

AREAS OF DENSE FOG EXISTED ACROSS THE EASTERN ONE-FOURTH OF IOWA
EARLY THIS MORNING...REDUCING VISIBILITIES TO BELOW 1/4 MILE.
PATCHY DENSE FOG EXISTED TO THE WEST OF THIS AREA...GENERALLY AS
FAR WEST AS U.S. HIGHWAY 63. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR.
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 50S TO MIDDLE 60S. WINDS WERE LIGHT
OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AT 5 MPH OR LESS.

PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES ARE EXPECTED TODAY ACROSS MUCH OF THE
STATE. AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE DROPPING SOUTH FROM THE
MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN REGION WILL BRING CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO MUCH OF THE STATE THIS AFTERNOON INTO TONIGHT.
CHANCES WILL INCREASE FROM WEST TO EAST. SOME OF THE STORMS FROM
NORTH CENTRAL INTO EAST CENTRAL IOWA MAY PRODUCE HAIL AND GUSTY
WINDS. OUTSIDE OF THE STORMS...HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM
THE UPPER 70S EAST TO UPPER 80S FAR WEST. WINDS WILL BE NORTHWEST
AT 5 TO 15 MPH.

THE REST OF THIS WEEK WILL BE MUCH QUIETER THAN LAST WEEK. AS OF
NOW...THERE ARE NO SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER OR HEAVY RAINFALL
EVENTS IN THE FORECAST. AS OF NOW...WEDNESDAY IN TO THURSDAY
APPEARS TO BE THE BEST CHANCE FOR STORMS. TEMPERATURES WILL BE
CLOSE TO NORMAL WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO MID 80S AND LOWS IN THE
MID 50S TO LOW 60S.

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