Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1048 AM CDT MON APR 14 2014

EXCEPT FOR SOME PATCHY FLURRIES OVER EASTERN IOWA THIS
MORNING...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY TO CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE.
MORNING LOWS WERE IN THE MIDDLE 20S NORTHWEST TO THE MIDDLE 30S
SOUTHEAST. BY LATE MORNING...READINGS WERE IN THE UPPER 20S
NORTHWEST TO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 30S SOUTH. BREEZY NORTHWEST
WINDS OF 10 TO 20 MPH PUSHED WIND CHILLS INTO THE TEENS AND 20S.

A COLD FRONT CONTINUES TO PUSH EAST OF THE REGION THIS MORNING. IN
ITS WAKE...HIGH PRESSURE WAS BUILDING INTO THE MIDWEST...PRODUCING
MUCH COLDER TEMPERATURES. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN AROUND 20
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL FOR MUCH OF THE REGION. SOME MODERATION WILL
BEGIN ON TUESDAY AND INTO WEDNESDAY AHEAD OF ANOTHER SYSTEM
DROPPING SOUTHEAST OUT OF CANADA. EVENTUALLY...THE SYSTEM IS
FORECAST TO DROP SOUTH AND BEGIN TO SPREAD RAIN AND POSSIBLY SNOW
INTO IOWA BY THE END OF THE WORK WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN
WELL BELOW NORMAL INTO THE LATTER HALF OF THE WEEK AS CANADIAN AIR
DROPS INTO THE REGION.

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