Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
516 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THE WEATHER WAS QUIET STATEWIDE OVERNIGHT AFTER EVENING
THUNDERSTORMS IN EASTERN IOWA DEPARTED INTO ILLINOIS. SKIES WERE
GENERALLY CLEAR ALTHOUGH A LAYER OF SMOKE HIGH IN THE ATMOSPHERE
CAUSED THE MOON TO APPEAR A DUSKY ORANGE OVERNIGHT. TEMPERATURES
DURING THE NIGHT RANGED FROM THE UPPER 50S IN NORTHEAST IOWA TO
THE LOWER 60S ELSEWHERE IN THE STATE.

LOW PRESSURE WILL DROP THROUGH THE DAKOTAS TODAY WITH SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS MOVING SOUTHEAST THROUGH THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY.
THIS ACTIVITY IS FORECAST TO SPREAD INTO WESTERN IOWA LATER THIS
AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. MEANWHILE...HIGH PRESSURE IN THE WESTERN
GREAT LAKES WILL KEEP MUCH OF THE EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION
DRY. THE STORM TRACK WILL KEEP ACTIVE THROUGH THE PLAINS AND THE
MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY DURING THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK WITH
PERIODIC CHANCES OF THUNDERSTORMS. TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY BE
AT OR BELOW NORMAL IN MUCH OF THE REGION.

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