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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
406 AM CDT Wed Sep 13 2017

Generally clear skies and patchy fog were the main sensible weather
items this morning. As of 4 am, visibility across northeastern Iowa
was fluctuating around one half a mile to 2 miles. Temperatures were
in the mid 50s across eastern Iowa and the low 60s across western
Iowa. Normal low temperatures for this time of year are in the mid
50s... placing temperatures for this morning near to slightly above
normal. Under mostly clear skies, wind speeds were generally light
and variable.

For today, expect a similar day to yesterday, with abundant sunshine
and temperatures into the mid 80s. Overall, temperatures will likely
be a few degrees warmer than yesterday. Normal highs for this time
year are in the mid to upper 70s across Iowa, placing temperatures for
this afternoon around 5 to 10 degrees above normal. Skies should be
mostly to completely sunny all day long, and winds will be form the
southwest at 5 mph or less.

Tomorrow into this weekend, temperatures will continue to gradually
climb... making it into the 90s across much of central and southern
Iowa for Thursday through Saturday. There are slight shower and
thunderstorm chances Thursday through Sunday, with the greatest chance
for widespread rainfall coming on Sunday morning.


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