Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1128 AM CDT Tue Sep 12 2017

Portions of central Iowa that experienced fog this morning have
dissipated, leaving conditions mostly clear throughout the state.
Satellite imagery does show upper level clouds from the remnants of
Hurricane Irma. These clouds are not expected to result in
precipitation in Iowa. This morning temperatures were generally in the
50s across the state, with a few lower 60s in Central Iowa. By late
morning, temperatures were in the mid 70s across the state.

High pressure over the Plains and Upper Midwest continues to keep
conditions dry and clear. Remnants of Irma will increase cloud cover
in Missouri and portions of Illinois, where rain showers are possible.
This precip is not expected to move into Iowa. The rest of this work
week will continue to bring sunshine and rain free conditions to Iowa.
Temperatures will remain above normal in the mid to upper 80s across
much of the region, warming up over the weekend where highs may hit
90 degrees across central Iowa. There is a chance for widespread
rainfall and a few thunderstorms this weekend.


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