Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
527 PM CST Sat Dec 16 2017

Today was a mild and pleasant day across Iowa. Afternoon high
temperatures reached into the mid 50s in central Iowa, and were in the
mid to upper 40s in northern portions of the state. A weak and slow
moving cold front began to enter northwestern Iowa, which has slowly
shifted winds from southwesterly to west-northwesterly at 10 miles per
hour. Along this weak front, northwestern Iowa saw some cloud cover,
with central and southern Iowa seeing mostly clear skies.

Across the rest of the region, Kansas and Missouri saw clear skies
with high temperatures in the 60s. Nebraska, South Dakota, and
Minnesota saw cloud cover associated with the front, with temperatures
in the mid 40s to lower 50s.

For this evening, areas along and south of Interstate 80 will drop
into the lower 30 and upper 20s. Further north, temperatures will drop
into the lower to mid 20s. Cloud cover will gradually increase as the
front slowly passes through. For tomorrow, temperatures will reach
into the upper 30s, with perhaps some 40s in extreme southern Iowa.
There is a slight chance for a rain shower in extreme southern Iowa.

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