Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
509 AM CDT TUE SEP 23 2014

THE WEATHER WAS RELATIVELY TRANQUIL ACROSS IOWA OVERNIGHT AS HIGH
PRESSURE SLOWLY RETREATED TO THE EAST. MEANWHILE...WEAK LOW
PRESSURE MOVED INTO THE PLAINS WITH CLOUDS SPREADING INTO IOWA
OVERNIGHT AHEAD OF THE SYSTEM. A FEW LIGHT SPRINKLES FELL ALONG
THE NEBRASKA BORDER BUT THE BULK OF RAIN STAYED WELL WEST OF THE
STATE DURING THE NIGHT. TEMPERATURES FOR THE OVERNIGHT RANGED FROM
THE MID 40S IN THE NORTHEAST TO THE UPPER 50S ALONG THE MISSOURI
RIVER IN FAR WESTERN IOWA.

THE LOW PRESSURE IN THE PLAINS WILL MOVE SLOWLY EASTWARD TODAY
ALONG WITH THE PRECIPITATION. SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS WILL
PASS THROUGH THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY THIS MORNING AND INTO IOWA
AND WESTERN MINNESOTA. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT
ALTHOUGH A BRIEF HEAVY DOWNPOURS WILL PRODUCE LOCALIZED HIGHER
AMOUNTS. BY TONIGHT AND INTO WEDNESDAY...THE THREAT OF RAIN WILL
PERSIST ACROSS IOWA BACK AND SURROUNDING AREAS...ALTHOUGH COVERAGE
AND INTENSITY WILL DIMINISH WITH TIME AS THE SYSTEM WEAKENS. BY
THURSDAY...DRIER WEATHER WILL OVERSPREAD THE REGION WITH
TEMPERATURES SLOWLY WARMING INTO THE WEEKEND.

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