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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1042 AM CDT Sat May 20 2017

The weather just cannot make up its mind it seems. After temperatures
hitting the upper 80s and 90s less than a week ago, cool to chilly
temperatures prevailed to end the week and start the weekend. Morning
lows were certainly chilly with 40s across the state and even a few
upper 30s in the far north and northwest.

Unfortunately, cloudy conditions and rain continued to pile on top of
the already chilly conditions. While temperatures will remain chilly
through the weekend across the region, generally in the 40s to low 60s
today and 50s and 60s Sunday, rain will move out and eventually give
way to an opportunity for sunshine before the weekend is out. Sunshine
will be most likely across western and southern areas. Looking into
the work week, there is good news. High temperatures will generally
reside in the upper 60s to mid 70s, save for a Tuesday and Wednesday
where temperatures will be a few degrees cooler. Clouds and some
showers and storms will push through Tuesday, exiting by Wednesday and
finally giving way to a likely prolonged period of at least partial
sunshine to end the week.


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