Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1023 AM CDT Thu Jun 22 2017

Showers and thunderstorms have been plaguing central and northeastern
Iowa this morning. Northeastern Iowa received heavy rainfall
yesterday and overnight and will continue to see heavy showers and
thunderstorms today and tonight. Strong to severe storms are possible
for all of Iowa again today and tonight with the main threats being
damaging wind and hail. It will be cloudy for much of the day with
continued influence from the low pressure system off to our north.
Another warm day is expected for central and southern Iowa with
temperatures reaching the upper 80s to lower 90s. Northern Iowa may
only see the mid 70`s to lower 80s today as winds become northerly
with the passage of the cold front.

Conditions tomorrow will be quite a change from what we have
experienced the past couple of weeks. With the help of strong
northerly winds, mid to upper 70s and low humidity are expected.
Mostly sunny skies will help make it a pleasant start to the weekend.
Then, Saturday and Sunday temperatures will only rise to the mid to
lower 70s with a few passing clouds. Mostly sunny skies and pleasant
temperatures will continue to be the story into the start of the work


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