Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
510 AM CDT Sun Jul 17 2016

A pair of line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved into
western and northern Iowa overnight and combined to cause
significant damaging winds over portions of north central Iowa
early this morning. Several location in northern Iowa had tree and
power line damage. The line of storms weakened by around 5 am this
morning as it moved through the Waterloo and Des Moines Metro
areas. Heavy rain also occurred with this line of storms where
radar estimates over 2 to 3 inches accumulated in some areas over
far northern Iowa.

Storms are expected to persist through the rest of the morning
hours over central to southeast Iowa. Another round of storms is
forecast to develop later this afternoon into the evening hours,
with severe storms possible over much of Iowa, northern Missouri,
Illinois, and southern Wisconsin. Additional thunderstorm chances
are forecast late Monday night into Tuesday across Iowa, southern
Minnesota, southern Wisconsin, and northern Illinois. Hot and
humid conditions are expected by the middle of the week and
continue into the early part of the weekend. The hottest day looks
to be Thursday.

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