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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
510 PM CDT Wed Oct 11 2017

A pleasant evening is transitioning towards a fall like evening.
eastern Iowa continues to be shielded by cloud cover on the backside
of the low pressure system that is slowly moving eastward. Most of
western Iowa saw some sunshine associated with a high pressure that is
south of the region. Highs today were in the upper 50`s this
afternoon with areas that saw more sunshine reaching the lower to mid

The high pressure in the Southern Great Plains is keeping us dry.
Temperatures are in the 50`s across most of the region with 60`s in
the West. Missouri, Illinois, eastern Iowa, southern Wisconsin, and
southeastern Minnesota are still experiencing cloud cover associated
with a low pressure system that is steadily moving out of the Great
Lakes region.

For tonight, lows will be anywhere from the lower 40`s in the West to
low 50`s in the East with the lingering clouds helping to insulate
the area overnight. By the overnight hours our winds will shift to be
out of the south at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Patchy fog is possible
overnight and into the early morning hours. Tomorrow afternoon, high
pressure will remain in control with sunny and breezy conditions. High
temperatures will reach into the 60s. The next chance for rain
showers enters on Friday, with increasing chances for a thunderstorm
into Saturday.


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