Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
453 PM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

SCATTERED AREAS OF LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WERE MOVING THROUGH
NORTHWEST TO SOUTHWEST IOWA LATE THIS AFTERNOON. PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS WERE MINIMAL. MOST OF THE UPPER MIDWEST WAS UNDER SUNNY
SKIES WITH LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS EXTENDING INTO SOUTHERN SOUTH
DAKOTA. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE RANGED FROM 84 DEGREES AT
MOUNT PLEASANT TO 72 DEGREES AT FOREST CITY. NORTHWEST WINDS
AVERAGED 10 TO 15 MPH.

A FRONTAL BOUNDARY EXTENDED FROM THE WESTERN DAKOTAS INTO
NORTHERN MISSOURI AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS THIS EVENING. THE BOUNDARY
WILL CONTINUE MOVING SOUTH AS SHOWERS AND OCCASIONAL THUNDERSTORMS
MOVE FROM WESTERN INTO CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN IOWA OVERNIGHT.

HIGH PRESSURE IN THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES WILL KEEP MUCH OF THE
EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION DRY. THE STORM TRACK WILL BE ACTIVE
THROUGH THE PLAINS AND THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY DURING MUCH OF THE
REMAINING WEEK WITH PERIODIC CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS.
TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY BE AT OR BELOW NORMAL IN MUCH OF THE
REGION.


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