Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
544 PM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

It was a cool, rainy, and sometimes breezy day across much of the
state this afternoon. A number of areas by early this evening had
already received around a half an inch of rain or more and will
continue to see periods of light rain into the evening. With the rain
and clouds around, temperatures were only able to top out in the mid
40s across the north to around 50 in the south. Temperatures as of
early this evening remained right around the highs so far today, with
a chance to see temperatures even rise a bit tonight with the
southeast and southerly winds and rain coming to an end.

Looking into the week ahead, temperatures will be on the warm side
Monday before cooling down towards normal to just below normal for
this time of the year. Monday will see highs soar in to the 50s in
most cases, then quickly cool for the rest of the week with highs 30s
to low 40s. As the low pressure system that is currently providing our
rainfall meanders north of the state, areas in northern Iowa will see
periodic chances for rain and snow into mid-week. No significant
accumulations will be seen, with totals under an inch expected.


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