Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
514 PM CDT SAT MAY 30 2015

CLOUD COVER CONTINUED TO SLOWLY ERODE FROM WEST TO EAST LATE THIS
AFTERNOON. BY 500 PM...SKIES WERE CLEAR FROM SOUTHWEST INTO
WESTERN AND NORTHWEST IOWA. FURTHER EAST...SKIES REMAINED CLOUDY
WITH PATCHY DRIZZLE. HIGH TEMPERATURES BY LATE AFTERNOON WERE IN
THE MIDDLE 60S WEST TO THE MIDDLE AND UPPER 50S EAST. NORTHEAST
WINDS WERE 10 TO 20 MPH.

A COLD FRONT STRETCHED FROM THE GREAT LAKES INTO ILLINOIS AND
MISSOURI TODAY. HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO BUILD INTO THE
REGION TONIGHT AND SUNDAY. MUCH COLDER AIR WILL REMAIN IN PLACE
THROUGH THE WEEKEND...WHICH WILL ALLOW FOR COLDER THAN NORMAL
TEMPERATURES INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. SOUTHERLY RETURN FLOW WILL KICK
BACK IN AHEAD OF A DEVELOPING AREA OF LOW PRESSURE NEXT
WEEK...WITH MODERATING TEMPERATURES AND CHANCES OF PRECIPITATION
RETURNING TOWARD MID WEEK.

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