Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
435 AM CDT WED OCT 15 2014

EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES ACROSS IOWA HAD COOLED TO THE MID 30S
IN THE NORTHWEST UNDER MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES...BUT WERE WARMER IN THE
EAST WHERE SKIES WERE OVERCAST...WITH READINGS IN THE LOW 50S.
WINDS WERE PRIMARILY FROM THE NORTH...GENERALLY AROUND 10
MPH...WITH GUSTS UP TO 20 MPH IN THE EAST.

THE LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WHICH BROUGHT WIDESPREAD RAINFALL
TO THE AREA EARLY IN THE WEEK WILL CONTINUE TO PULL EASTWARD FOR
MID WEEK. BEHIND THE SYSTEM...GENERALLY CALM AND DRY CONDITIONS
WILL PREVAIL. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM THROUGH THURSDAY...WITH HIGHS
ON THURSDAY REACHING THE 70S IN THE WEST AND THE MID 60S IN THE
EAST. A FRONTAL BOUNDARY IS EXPECTED TO PUSH SOUTH ACROSS THE
REGION LATE THURSDAY...BRINGING COOLER TEMPERATURES FOR FRIDAY
AND THE WEEKEND...WITH HIGHS PRIMARILY IN THE 50S...AND LOWS IN
THE 30S AND 40S.



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