Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1057 AM CDT Fri Jul 29 2016

Scattered showers had developed over northeast Iowa this morning
while the remainder of the state was dry this morning. Skies were
cloudy over the eastern two thirds of the state with partly to
mostly sunny conditions west. Early morning lows were in the upper
50s northwest to the lower and middle 60s elsewhere. By late
morning, readings were in the middle 60s northeast to the lower
70s south and west. The has been light and variable throughout the
morning.

A weak upper level system over eastern Iowa and Illinois will help
kick off showers and thunderstorms this morning into the
afternoon. Seasonal temperatures will will continue through the
weekend with only sporadic chances for showers and storms across
the midwest. However temperatures...humidities and chances for
thunderstorms will increase early next week. Heat indices will be
well through the 90s by Monday and Tuesday, even reaching 100
degrees in some locations.

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