Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
504 AM CDT THU JUN 25 2015

NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IOWA MUCH
OF THE OVERNIGHT. THE INITIAL STORMS CONTAINED VERY STRONG WINDS
AND LARGE HAIL HOWEVER THE PRIMARY IMPACT WITH THESE STORMS WAS A
TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF RAIN. A REPORT FROM ADEL HAD A 24 HOUR TOTAL
OF 7.1 INCHES WHILE OVER 6 INCHES WAS MEASURED SOUTH OF ADEL.
SEVERAL LOCATIONS THROUGH DALLAS COUNTY AND INTO WESTERN POLK
RECEIVED 3 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN. THIS HEAVY RAINFALL LEAD TO
WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING ACROSS THESE AREAS. THE THUNDERSTORMS
WERE GRADUALLY DIMINISHING BY 5 AM AND WERE CONTAINED OVER FAR
SOUTHEAST IOWA. TEMPERATURES EARLY THIS MORNING RANGED FROM THE
LOWER 60S NORTH TO THE LOWER 70S FAR SOUTHEAST. THE WIND WAS
GENERALLY LIGHT OUT OF THE NORTH THOUGH BREEZY SOUTHWEST WINDS
WERE IN PLACE OVER FAR SOUTHEAST IOWA.

A COLD FRONT OVER CENTRAL IOWA WILL SINK SOUTH INTO NORTHERN
MISSOURI TODAY BEFORE STALLING. PRECIPITATION CHANCES TODAY WILL
BE RELEGATED TO THE VICINITY OF THE BOUNDARY. AN UPPER LEVEL
SYSTEM WILL ARRIVE TONIGHT INTO EARLY FRIDAY AND WILL BRING
RENEWED CHANCES FOR THUNDERSTORMS. THESE STORMS COULD BRING
ANOTHER ROUND OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WITH THE GREATEST AMOUNTS
EXPECTED OVER MISSOURI. SATURDAY WILL BE COOL FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER
CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS ON SUNDAY.

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