Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
528 PM CST SUN DEC 14 2014

IT WAS ANOTHER DAY WITH CONSIDERABLE CLOUD COVER ACROSS IOWA THIS
AFTERNOON. IN ADDITION...FOG WAS COMMON FOR MUCH OF THE STATE.
HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 40S NORTHEAST TO LOWER 60S
SOUTHWEST. SOUTH WINDS WERE 10 TO 15 MPH.

HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO SLOWLY SHIFT SOUTHEAST OF THE REGION
WHILE A FRONTAL BOUNDARY OVER PLAINS BEGINS TO GRADUALLY MAKE ITS
WAY ACROSS THE REGION. CLOUDY COVER WILL PERSIST INTO MONDAY. LOW
LEVEL MOISTURE WILL REMAIN OVER THE MIDWEST INTO MONDAY KEEPING
THE CLOUDS...FOG AND WARMER TEMPERATURES IN THE FORECAST.
OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN THE 40S AND 50S WITH SOUTHERLY WINDS.

LIGHT DRIZZLE OR LIGHT RAIN IS EXPECTED TONIGHT INTO MONDAY.
COOLER AIR IS EXPECTED BY THE BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK.
TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN TO NEAR FREEZING WITH THE ADDITION OF A
WINTRY MIX MONDAY MORNING IN THE DAKOTAS. THE BEST CHANCE OF
ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL BE FROM NORTHERN IOWA AND LOCATIONS FURTHER
TO THE NORTH AND WEST ON MONDAY NIGHT. BEHIND THIS SYSTEM...HIGHS
SHOULD BE NEAR TO BELOW NORMAL...TOPPING OUT IN THE 20S AND
30S...WITH LOWS IN THE TEENS TO LOW 20S.

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