Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
505 PM CDT Sun Oct 15 2017

A breezy afternoon with more fall-like temperatures was seen across
the state of Iowa. Highs were mainly in the 50s, although a few places
in far southwest Iowa did manage to climb into the low 60s. Any cloud
cover left over the state will clear out by this evening. Expect a
cool night as temperatures fall into the 30s. Parts of western Iowa
may see areas of frost develop by the morning hours, particularity in
river valleys and other low lying spots.

Fantastic fall weather will persist through much of the week ahead. A
large area of high pressure will keep weather conditions dry and
quiet, while southerly winds bring near to above normal temperatures
into the region. Expect daily highs in the 60s and 70s with plentiful
sunshine. Next chance for precipitation will hold off until next
weekend when as a cold front tracks across the Plains.

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