Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
445 AM CST Sun Nov 19 2017

Conditions were much more tranquil overnight compared to Friday night
with clear skies across Iowa. Brisk northwest winds continued for much
of the night but were slowly diminishing as high pressure approached
western Iowa. Overnight temperatures had cooled quickly and ranged
from around 15 degrees in northwest Iowa to the mid 20s in the
southeast corner of the state.

The weather over the next several days across the region is likely to
be relatively quiet, including the days around Thanksgiving.
Temperatures are forecast to begin warming later today into Monday as
a warmer airmass enter the Midwest. A cold front will then sweep
through the region on Monday night with temperatures dropping into the
middle of the week. However, with the airmass so dry, little
precipitation will occur with the front. Temperatures will then warm
by late in the week with above normal readings expected by
Thanksgiving into Friday as conditions remain dry.

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