Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1115 AM CST THU JAN 22 2015

CLOUDS LINGERED ON THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS ACROSS ALMOST ALL OF
IOWA EXCEPT FOR A FEW LOCATIONS ALONG THE MISSOURI RIVER NEAR THE
BACK EDGE OF THE CLOUD SHIELD. TEMPERATURES BY LATE MORNING HAD
RISEN INTO THE LOW 20S NORTH TO LOW 30S SOUTH WITH A 5 TO 10 MPH
WIND FROM THE WEST OR NORTHWEST.

CLOUDS SHOULD GRADUALLY CLEAR OUT FROM WEST TO EAST THIS
AFTERNOON...ALLOWING HIGHS TO REACH THE LOW 30S NORTH AND UPPER
30S SOUTH. A FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL GENERATE LIGHT RAIN OR SNOW
FROM NORTHEAST IOWA AND INTO WISCONSIN ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
BETWEEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AFTERNOON A CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL SLIDE
SOUTHEASTWARD FROM MANITOBA TO SOUTHERN MICHIGAN. THIS SYSTEM WILL
PRIMARILY AFFECT MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN BUT WILL STILL CLIP IOWA
WITH LIGHT RAIN OR SNOW SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING.
OTHERWISE...THE WELL ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
PERSIST INTO THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK WITH 50S POSSIBLE BY TUESDAY.

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KS



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