Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
513 PM CST Mon Dec 11 2017

It was a windy day across most of the Upper Midwest in the wake of
another cold front to pass through the region. Winds over Iowa were
strongest in western half of the state where some gusts in excess of
40 mph were observed. A few areas of drizzle or light snow were also
seen, mainly in areas along and east of Interstate 35. Little to no
snowfall accumulation was reported.

Several fronts will pass through Iowa this week as the local weather
pattern remains fairly active, but persistent dry air will make it
difficult for any of these systems to generate measurable
precipitation. Expect high temperatures through the week to waver
between the 30s and 40s. Parts of southwest Iowa may even see
temperatures in the low 50s for the upcoming weekend. Winds will be
breezy at times, especially behind any fronts passing through the
state.

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