Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
339 AM CDT FRI SEP 26 2014

LIGHT WINDS AND FAIR SKIES HELD OVER THE STATE THROUGH THE NIGHT.
A BAND OF CLOUDS EXTENDED FROM THE SOUTH CENTRAL INTO THE CENTRAL
COUNTIES HOWEVER. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 50S IN MOST LOCATIONS...THOUGH
A FEW STATIONS WERE IN THE 60 TO 65 DEGREE RANGE OVER
CENTRAL...SOUTHWEST...AND NORTHWEST IOWA.

A WEAK UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM WILL DRIFT NORTHWEST ACROSS THE STATE
TODAY. A WEAK FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL APPROACH FROM THE NORTHWEST
MONDAY. IT IS EXPECTED TO STALL OUT AND RETREAT NORTH TUESDAY. A
STRONGER FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL MOVE OUT OF THE ROCKIES DURING THE
MIDDLE OF THE WEEK.

GENERALLY DRY WEATHER IS EXPECTED FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.
ISOLATED SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE EAST HALF OF IOWA TODAY AS
THE WEAK SYSTEM PASSES OVER. AN ISOLATED SHOWER IS POSSIBLE OVER
THE NORTHEAST SATURDAY AFTERNOON AS WELL.

DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY. AS THE FRONT
FROM THE ROCKIES APPROACHES...THE CHANCE FOR RAIN WILL INCREASE
OVER MUCH OF IOWA AND AREAS WEST ON TUESDAY...WITH UNSETTLED WEATHER
FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY.


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