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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
515 PM CDT Sun Jun 25 2017

Another day, same story for the weather across much of the region
today. Cooler than normal temperatures continued to be supplied by
persistent northwest winds, as highs topped out in the low to mid 70s
over much of Iowa. Showers are possible tonight starting in northwest
Iowa, spreading south through the night and into tomorrow morning.
Any activity will come to an end tomorrow evening as high pressure
settles into the state.

Much more active weather is expected starting Tuesday night as
southerly winds bring warm, humid air back into the area.
Thunderstorms will likely move east out of Nebraska and into Iowa
Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. High chances for storms will
continue through the day, with the potential for a few severe storms
and heavy rainfall. More thunderstorm activity is possible Thursday
and into Friday as a front stalls over the state, however forecast
uncertainty is much greater during this timeframe.

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