Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
440 AM CST Mon Nov 13 2017

Northern Iowa saw a mostly clear sky, patchy fog and very chilly
temperatures with readings at 4 AM in the lower to mid 20s. South of
the highway 30 corridor fog was a little more problematic with many
locations at or below at quarter mile much of the night. Temperatures
south of the highway 30 corridor ranged from 25 to 30 degrees. Winds
overnight were light and out of the south.

High pressure will advance east today allowing a broad area of low
pressure out west to move through the region from later tonight
through Tuesday. As this system moves in it will bring in deeper
moisture which will bring another round fog tonight with drizzle
developing especially over eastern areas overnight into Tuesday.

Fair weather will be in place Wednesday into Thursday but another
weather system will impact the area Thursday night through Saturday
morning. Precipitation will mainly fall as rain but the northern half
of the area will see a change over to snow into the nighttime hours
Friday night as colder air works into the region. The snow chances
will remain in place north for Saturday morning. Saturday afternoon
through next weekend will be dry but cool. Highs for much of the week
will be in the 40s and 50s with 30s and 40s by Sunday. Lows much of
the week will be in the 30s and lower 40s with teens and 20s by
Saturday night.


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