Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
511 AM CST MON JAN 19 2015

ANOTHER RELATIVELY QUIET NIGHT WEATHER-WISE OCCURRED ACROSS THE
STATE. SOME HIGH CLOUDINESS SPREAD OVER THE NORTH AS A SYSTEM
APPROACHED FROM THE WEST...OTHERWISE SKIES WERE CLEAR OVER THE
REMAINDER OF THE STATE. PATCHY DENSE FOG DEVELOPED ACROSS FAR
NORTHERN IOWA NEAR MASON CITY AND CHARLES CITY BUT REMAINED FAIRLY
LOCALIZED. TEMPERATURES REMAINED ABOVE NORMAL DURING THE NIGHT
WITH READINGS MAINLY IN THE 20S ACROSS THE STATE. LIGHT WINDS WERE
GRADUALLY BECOMING SOUTH AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

A SYSTEM ACROSS MONTANA WILL PUSH EASTWARD INTO THE REGION TODAY.
THIS WILL PRODUCE AREAS OF CLOUDS IN THE REGION ALONG WITH SOME
THREAT OF LIGHT PRECIPITATION...MAINLY IN THE UPPER MIDWEST. THE
SOUTHERN EDGE OF THE PRECIPITATION WILL GRAZE IOWA WITH SOME LIGHT
RAIN OR EVEN FREEZING RAIN THIS MORNING IN NORTHERN IOWA. SOME
SPRINKLES WILL BE POSSIBLE LATER THIS AFTERNOON IN CENTRAL IOWA AS
WELL. TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO REMAIN WELL ABOVE NORMAL WITH
HIGHS IN THE 40S AND 50S COMMON IN CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN PORTIONS
OF THE MIDWEST. SEVERAL ADDITIONAL WEAK SYSTEM WILL PASS THROUGH
THE REGION INTO WEDNESDAY. EACH WILL BRING THE THREAT OF LIGHT
PRECIPITATION ALONG WITH SUCCESSIVELY COOLER AIR. TEMPERATURES
WILL BE BACK CLOSER TO NORMAL BY THURSDAY WITH THE THREAT OF
PRECIPITATION ENDING.

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