Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1109 AM CDT Mon Oct 24 2016

High pressure dominated over the region and provided sunny skies,
light east winds, and cool temperatures this morning. At 11 AM,
temperatures ranged in the middle 40s to upper 40s over northern
Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, northeast Nebraska, and South Dakota
to the lower to middle 50s over southern Iowa, Missouri,
Illinois, and southeast Nebraska.

High pressure will continue to provide dry and mild conditions
today into Tuesday before a strong low pressure system looks to
bring increasing chances of rain Tuesday afternoon. showers and
scattered thunderstorms are likely by Tuesday night into Wednesday
morning. Lingering rain chances are forecast throughout the day
Wednesday. Continued mild temperatures are anticipated Wednesday
and Thursday before warmer temperatures return Friday before
another cold front sweeps across the state Friday night.


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