Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
506 AM CST SUN JAN 18 2015

CLOUDS AND AREAS OF SPRINKLES QUICKLY EXITED THE STATE LAST
EVENING WITH CLEAR SKIES OVER IOWA DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS.
WINDS REMAINED FROM THE WEST OVERNIGHT AT 10 TO 15 MPH WITH
TEMPERATURES HOLDING WELL ABOVE NORMAL. READINGS WERE FROM 30 TO
35 DEGREES IN MUCH OF THE STATE WITH UPPER 20S IN THE FAR
NORTHWEST.

THE WEATHER WILL CONTINUE TO BE RELATIVELY TRANQUIL TODAY INTO
MONDAY OVER THE REGION. THE GENERALLY WESTERLY FLOW ACROSS THE
MIDWEST WILL KEEP THE ARCTIC AIR BOTTLED INTO CANADA THROUGH
TUESDAY BEFORE SOME COOLER AIR ARRIVES BY MIDWEEK. EVEN THEN...THE
COOLER AIR WILL ONLY BRING THE MIDWEST CLOSER TO NORMAL FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR. THE THREAT FOR PRECIPITATION WILL MAINLY BE CONFINED
TO THE DAKOTAS AND UPPER REACHES OF THE MIDWEST WITH ONLY LIGHT
AMOUNTS LIGHT RAIN OR LIGHT SNOW THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

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