Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
356 AM CDT Sat Apr 22 2017

High clouds continued to stream across Iowa overnight from a storm
system moving across the central and lower portions of the Mississippi
River Valley. The clouds thinned during the night as light north winds
persisted across the state. Temperatures varied from the mid to upper
30s in far northern Iowa to the mid 40s in the south.

High pressure will dominate the weather across much of the Midwest
through the weekend. The high is forecast to slide from the northern
Plains today into the southern Plains by Sunday. Conditions will be
mostly dry over the upper Midwest with temperatures around normal for
this time of year. Warmer air is expected to push into the region on
Sunday as southerly winds increase but Iowa and surrounding states
should remain dry. Low pressure will move across South Dakota on
Monday with precipitation expected in the Dakotas into Minnesota. A
few of these showers may graze northern Iowa on Monday as well
although much of the state will remain dry.

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