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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1058 AM CDT Tue Jun 20 2017

Other than some light shower activity in far northeastern Iowa, the
weather has been pretty quiet across the state this morning. With
plenty of sunshine over Iowa, temperatures will approach the upper
80s this afternoon. Thankfully, humidity is low allowing for heat
indices to not be much higher than the temperatures. Winds are out of
the west southwest keeping the air relatively dry. As a low pressure
system moves east, winds will begin shifting towards the west
northwest into the evening. Temperatures tonight will drop into the
mid 50s to lower 60s making for a pleasant night.

Tomorrow will be mostly sunny. Another warm day is in store with a
repeat of highs in the upper 80s. As a cold front moves east across
Iowa, thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday night and then again
into Thursday and Thursday night. Some of these mid to late week
storms could be severe. The main threats are hail and gusty winds.
After the front passes, it will be cooler and pleasant across Iowa
with weekend highs expected to be in the mid 70s and lots of


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