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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
509 AM CDT Sat Jul 15 2017

It was a typical mid July night across Iowa with partly cloudy skies
and light southeast winds. Temperatures heading toward daybreak varied
from muggy lower 70s toward the Missouri River down to more
comfortable middle 50s northeast.

Increased warmth and humidity will return to much of the region
today. This will also bring chances for showers and thunderstorms to
northeast Iowa and adjacent states during the late afternoon and
evening hours. A few of these storms may be severe. A weak front will
then stall over the state Sunday before dissipating and drifting
north again into the start of the coming work week. This will keep an
extended period of heat and humidity in the forecast through the
Missouri River Valley well into next week with sporadic chances for
thunderstorms starting around Tuesday. Multiple days with highs in the
lower 90s can be expected from central Iowa into Nebraska and
Missouri with heat indices to around 100 during peak heating of the


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