Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
506 AM CDT SUN MAR 29 2015

SOUTH WINDS INCREASED ACROSS IOWA OVERNIGHT AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT
WHICH WAS PASSING THROUGH THE PLAINS. THE SOUTH WINDS HELPED KEEP
TEMPERATURES UP DURING THE NIGHT WITH TEMPERATURES MAINLY IN THE
30S ACROSS THE STATE. SHOWERS ENTERED WESTERN IOWA AFTER MIDNIGHT
AND MOVED QUICKLY EAST DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WERE VERY LIGHT WITH MOST OF THE RAIN LASTING ONLY
BRIEFLY.

THIS SYSTEM WILL PUSH TO THE EAST QUICKLY TODAY WITH ANY
PRECIPITATION EXITING INTO THE LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION BY
AFTERNOON. MEANWHILE...VERY STRONG WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS ARE
EXPECTED TO DEVELOP BY LATE MORNING IN MUCH OF IOWA AND
SURROUNDING STATES TO THE WEST AND NORTH. WIND ADVISORIES HAVE
BEEN ISSUED FOR MUCH OF THE NORTHERN PLAINS INTO THE UPPER MIDWEST
FOR THE STRONG WINDS THROUGH THE LATE AFTERNOON. THE WINDS ARE
EXPECTED TO DIE OFF BY TONIGHT WITH RELATIVELY QUIET WEATHER INTO
THE FIRST PART OF THE NEW WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO BE ABOVE
NORMAL DURING THIS TIME WITH READINGS CLIMBING INTO THE 60S AND
70S ACROSS IOWA ON MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.

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