Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
506 AM CDT TUE OCT 14 2014

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE OVERCAST EARLY TUESDAY MORNING...WITH AREAS
OF RAIN ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN IOWA. EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES HAD VARIED LITTLE OVERNIGHT...GENERALLY IN THE UPPER
40S AND LOW 50S. WINDS WERE STRONG AND GUSTY FROM THE NORTH TO
NORTHWEST...WITH SUSTAINED WINDS NEAR 20 MPH AND GUSTS AS HIGH AS
30 MPH IN SOME LOCATIONS.

A LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO INFLUENCE THE
WEATHER THROUGH THE DAY TUESDAY. WIDESPREAD RAINFALL WILL SLOWLY
END FROM WEST TO EAST AS THE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE BEGINS TO PULL
EASTWARD. NORTHERLY WINDS WILL REMAIN STRONG AND GUSTY THROUGHOUT
THE DAY...WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 35 MPH POSSIBLE. TEMPERATURES WILL
WARM SLIGHTLY WITH HIGHS IN THE 50S AND LOW 60S.

AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM PULLS EASTWARD...GENERALLY DRY
CONDITIONS EXPECTED ACROSS THE AREA WEDNESDAY...THOUGH RAINFALL
MAY LINGER ACROSS THE EAST. DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH
MUCH OF THE WEEK...AND TEMPERATURES WILL WARM SOMEWHAT THROUGH
MIDWEEK WITH HIGHS INTO THE MID AND UPPER 60S THURSDAY.

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