Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1049 AM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

CLEAR SKIES DOMINATED THE IOWA LANDSCAPE THIS MORNING WITH HIGH
PRESSURE PUSHING THROUGH THE REGION. SOME HIGH CLOUDS WERE
SKIRTING PORTIONS OF THE NORTH. A STIFF NORTHWESTERLY WIND OF 10
TO 20 MPH WAS KEEPING TEMPERATURES COOL WITH READINGS IN THE MID
30S STATEWIDE.

THE HIGH WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE SOUTHEAST TODAY AS ANOTHER SYSTEM
CROSSES THE DAKOTAS AND PASSES THROUGH THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY
LATER TODAY. THIS WILL SPREAD CLOUDINESS BACK INTO IOWA BY
MIDDAY...ESPECIALLY THE WEST AND SURROUNDING STATES TO THE WEST.
SOME LIGHT PRECIPITATION WILL BE POSSIBLE BY LATER THIS AFTERNOON
INTO THE EVENING IN FAR WESTERN IOWA AND EASTERN NEBRASKA AS THE
SYSTEM PASSES. THERE WILL BE A BRIEF BREAK IN THE ACTIVITY LATE
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY BEFORE ANOTHER SYSTEM DROPS SOUTHEAST
ON FRIDAY NIGHT. THIS WILL BRING THE THREAT OF SNOW TO PORTIONS OF
WESTERN AND CENTRAL IOWA LATE FRIDAY NIGHT WITH SOME MINOR
ACCUMULATIONS POSSIBLE. THEREAFTER...A GRADUAL WARMING TREND IS
EXPECTED INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK WITH LITTLE THREAT FOR
PRECIPITATION.

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