Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
505 PM CDT MON OCT 13 2014

MANY OF US WILL STILL BE NEEDING OUR UMBRELLAS ACROSS THE REGION
TUESDAY NIGHT AS THE RAIN WILL CONTINUE. ALREADY...OVER HALF AN
INCH TO AN INCH OF RAIN HAS FALLEN ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA INTO
SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN. ANOTHER HALF AN INCH TO AN
INCH OF RAIN MAY BE FALLING INTO TUESDAY MORNING. AS OF 4
PM...DES MOINES HAD 0.66 INCHES OF RAIN AND A TEMPERATURE OF 55
DEGREES. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE REST OF THE REGION WERE IN THE
LOW TO MIDDLE 50S. WITH THE RAIN FALLING...THE VISIBILITIES
OCCASIONALLY LOWERED TO THE 1.5 TO 3 MILE RANGE. WINDS WERE ON THE
STRONGER SIDE AS WELL FOR MONDAY AFTERNOON...BLOWING PRIMARILY
FROM THE NORTH AT AROUND 15 TO 25 MPH.

THE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS RAIN IS NOT MOVING
VERY FAST. AS A RESULT...THE WINDS WILL STAY STRONG INTO TUESDAY
MORNING AND WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON...WINDS WILL
BE BLOWING FROM THE NORTHWEST AT AROUND 20 TO 30 MPH...WITH
OCCASIONAL GUSTS APPROACHING 35 MPH. BY EARLY TUESDAY
AFTERNOON...RAIN WILL BE ALONG AND TO THE EAST OF INTERSTATE
35...GRADUALLY CONTINUING TO MOVE TO THE EAST. BY WEDNESDAY
MORNING THE RAIN SHOULD BE OUT OF IOWA AND PUSHING TOWARDS THE
GREAT LAKES.

SKIES WILL BE CLEARING BY WEDNESDAY MORNING...WHICH WILL DROP
TEMPERATURES DOWN TO THE MID AND UPPER 30S WEST OF INTERSTATE 35
AND INTO THE DAKOTAS. TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARMING INTO THE 60S BY
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...AND POSSIBLY THE 70S BY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.

AFTER TUESDAY...THE NEXT BEST CHANCE OF RAIN WILL BE SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY...BUT THOSE CHANCES APPEAR TO BE SLIM. THIS MEANS IT MAY BE
DRY UNTIL SOMETIME IN THE MIDDLE TO LATER STAGES OF NEXT WEEK.
TEMPERATURES LOOK TO COOL TO THE 50S AND 60S NEXT WEEKEND INTO THE
START OF NEXT WEEK.

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KOTENBERG



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