Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
529 PM CST Fri Nov 10 2017

Cloudy, cold, and windy has been the main story for much of Iowa this
afternoon. Low surface dewpoints have kept conditions dry, but
moisture aloft has resulted in this stratiform cloud cover. High
temperatures today reached into the lower 30s across Iowa, except for
locations in northern Iowa that only reached the upper 20s. With high
pressure slipping off to the east, winds have turned southerly, which
is why our temperatures did see subtle increases.

Throughout the rest of the region, conditions were mostly cloudy. In
Missouri some stations did report afternoon high temperatures in the
40s. For Nebraska, Minnesota, and South Dakota, temperatures were
cooler but winds were stronger coming out of the southeast at 10 to 15
miles per hour.

For this evening, the southerly winds will continue to bring warm air
into Iowa. Therefore, overnight low temperatures will not drop
drastically, lower 30s for central Iowa and upper 20s for northern
Iowa. For tomorrow, temperatures look to climb into the upper 30s,
with a few spots in southern Iowa perhaps seeing 40 degrees. However,
there is a weak wave of energy that will likely result in rain showers
for much of Saturday, with snow showers possible during the evening
hours when temperatures drop to the freezing point.



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