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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1048 AM CDT Sun Jun 25 2017

Temperatures overnight last night across Iowa dropped into the mid to
upper 40s. The lower temperatures this weekend have been quite a
relief to the above average temperatures we have experienced the past
few weeks. Today will be another pleasant day with highs only reaching
the mid to lower 70s and temperatures tonight dropping into the upper
40s to lower 50s. Isolated showers are possible late tonight for most
of Iowa. For tomorrow, showers and thunderstorms are possible for
central and southern Iowa in the morning and into the evening. High
temperatures will be in the mid to lower 70s.

As winds become more southerly into Tuesday, the warmth will return
with temperatures rising into the mid to upper 70s. With the return of
warmth and moisture to the midwest, the rain will persist with
chances for showers and thunderstorms beginning overnight Tuesday and
continuing through Friday across Iowa. Some storms could be strong to
severe Tuesday into Wednesday. The warm trend will continue as well
with high temperatures hanging around the mid to lower 80s and low
temperatures in the 60s through the week.


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