Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
416 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

CLOUDS HAVE STEADILY CLEARED OUT OF MUCH OF THE REGION
OVERNIGHT...BUT STILL LINGER OVER PARTS OF EASTERN IOWA AND
NEIGHBORING STATES. TEMPERATURES HAVE FALLEN INTO THE UPPER 20S AND
LOWER 30S AND PATCHY FOG HAS DEVELOPED IN THE CLEAR AREAS OF
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN IOWA.

ANY FOG WILL BURN OFF AFTER SUNRISE TODAY AND IT WILL TURN INTO A
WARM AND SUNNY DAY WITH SOUTHWEST BREEZES. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM
UPPER 50S NORTHEAST TO UPPER 60S SOUTHWEST THIS AFTERNOON. A COLD
FRONT WILL MOVE ACROSS IOWA TONIGHT...BUT EVEN BEHIND THE FRONT
HIGHS ON SATURDAY WILL RANGE FROM UPPER 40S NORTH TO LOWER 60S
SOUTH. THE HIGHEST PRECIPITATION CHANCES WE HAVE SEEN IN QUITE A
WHILE WILL RETURN ON SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT...MAINLY ACROSS
NORTHERN IOWA WHERE A WINTRY MIX WILL DEVELOP ON SUNDAY
MORNING...CHANGE TO RAIN DURING THE DAY...THEN BACK TO A MIX AGAIN
SUNDAY NIGHT BEFORE ENDING. LIGHT SNOW AND ICE ACCUMULATIONS ARE
POSSIBLE TOWARD THE MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN BORDERS. RAINFALL IS
EXPECTED ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA AGAIN AROUND TUESDAY AND TUESDAY
NIGHT...WITH THE FIRST SPRING THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE IN SOME AREAS.
MODERATE TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST NEXT WEEK WITH HIGHS GENERALLY IN
THE 40S AND 50S MOST DAYS.

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LEE



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