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 Thu May 18 2017

Other than some drizzle and some cloudy skies this morning,
conditions have been much quieter across Iowa than yesterday. The sun
will peek out this afternoon. Much cooler today than we have seen this
week thanks to a northerly wind. High`s will stay around the mid 50`s
for northern Iowa and the mid 60`s to lower 70`s for southern Iowa.
Mostly cloudy for much of today. Rain and storms are expected to
return to Iowa tonight as a low pressure system makes its way across
the Rockies and into the midwest. River flooding is possible in the
next couple of days due to all the recent rain that Iowa has seen this
week and will see.

Showers will begin late tonight for southern Iowa and in the early
morning hours for northern Iowa. Tomorrow will be rainy and cooler.
High`s in the mid 40`s for northern Iowa and the lower 60`s in
southern Iowa. Most of Saturday will also be rainy and temperatures
will stay consistent in the mid 40`s for northern Iowa and lower 60`s
for southern Iowa. Sunday will be much nicer as the low pressure
system finally makes its way off to the east. Winds will be out of
the northwest allowing for much drier air and temperatures to be
pleasant. Lower 60`s for southern Iowa and mid to upper 50`s for
northern Iowa.


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