Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1051 AM CDT FRI APR 22 2016

CLOUDS PREVAILED ACROSS A MAJORITY OF THE STATE THIS
MORNING...WITH ONLY FAR NORTHWEST AND FAR SOUTHEAST IOWA SEEING
SIGNIFICANT SUNSHINE. WITH THE CLOUDS AROUND...MOST AREAS SAW VERY
MILD LOWS IN THE UPPER 40S TO LOW 50S ALONG WITH RELATIVELY LIGHT
NORTHERLY WINDS. AS OF LATE THIS MORNING...CLOUDS CONTINUE TO
DOMINATE THE STATE WITH VERY FEW AREAS SEEING SIGNIFICANT
SUNSHINE. NORTHERLY WINDS HAVE PICKED UP A BIT...IN THE 10 TO 15
MPH RANGE...AND KEPT TEMPERATURES ONLY A COUPLE DEGREES ABOVE
THEIR MORNING LOWS.

THE REMAINDER OF TODAY WILL SEE CLOUDS SLOWLY THIN AND CLEAR
THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. ALONG WITH LIGHTER NORTHERLY WINDS DURING
THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...TEMPERATURES SHOULD TOP OUT IN THE
60S ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE WITH UPPER 60S IN SOUTHERN AND
SOUTHWEST IOWA. SATURDAY WILL BE QUITE NICE AS SOUTHERLY WINDS
WILL DOMINATE ALONG WITH PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES. THE RESULT
WILL BE TEMPERATURES RETURNING TO THE 70S ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE
AND AN OVERALL PLEASANT DAY.

SUNDAY WILL CONTINUE THE WARMING TREND INTO THE UPPER 70S AND LOW
80S AS SOUTHERLY WINDS STRENGTHEN INTO THE 15 TO 20 MPH RANGE.
WHILE THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON HOURS WILL BE QUIET WEATHER
WISE...THE EVENING WILL BE HIGHLIGHTED BY STORMS MOVING INTO THE
STATE WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME SEVERE STORMS. AT THIS
POINT...THE MAIN THREAT APPEARS TO BE DAMAGING HAIL.

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CURTIS



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