Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1059 AM CDT FRI APR 11 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS CONTINUED ACROSS NORTHEAST IOWA THIS MORNING
WHILE THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE WAS SUNNY. MORNING LOWS WERE IN
THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 40S SOUTH. WARM SOUTH TO
SOUTHWEST WINDS 10 TO 15 MPH WITH OCCASIONAL STRONGER GUSTS. THE
COMBINATION OF SUNSHINE AND WARM SOUTH WINDS PUSHED TEMPERATURES
INTO THE MIDDLE 50S NORTHEAST TO THE UPPER 60S SOUTHWEST BY LATE
THIS MORNING.

WEAK HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUED ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST THIS
MORNING. THE HIGH WILL CONTINUE ADVANCING SOUTHEAST. TEMPERATURES
WILL BE MILD FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE
DAKOTAS WILL CREATE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AS IT CROSSES
MINNESOTA. A FRONT WILL MOVE INTO THE STATE SATURDAY. SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP IN THE VICINITY OF THE FRONT
BY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE WET WEATHER IS IN THE
FORECAST TO PERSIST THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY ACROSS MUCH
OF IOWA AND SURROUNDING STATES AS A STORM SYSTEM PASSES THROUGH
THE REGION. RAINFALL TOTALS AS HIGH AS 1 TO 2 INCHES IS
POSSIBLE...MAINLY OVER THE SOUTHEAST IOWA BY SUNDAY EVENING. COOLER
TEMPERATURES ARE THEN FORECAST INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK AFTER THE
STORM DEPARTS.

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