Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
507 AM CDT Sun Aug 28 2016

Areas of fog developed over the northern half of Iowa overnight. A
few locations had visibilities drop to one quarter mile or less
including Charles City, Estherville and Carroll. High level
cloudiness limited fog development over the south. A few isolated
thunderstorms developed over far south central Iowa shortly after
midnight but the activity was short lived and has since
dissipated. Morning temperatures at 4 am were in the mid to upper
50s north central to near 70 far south. The wind was light and
variable.

Area of high pressure will move slowly east today. This will allow
moisture to lift back north today and Monday. Dew points will rise
back into the low 70s today leading to the return of humid
conditions. Scattered thunderstorms will accompany the moisture
return. Thunderstorm chances this afternoon will be generally
south of Interstate 80 then across the entire area Monday and
Tuesday. A boundary will settle through Iowa on Tuesday and will
be followed by high pressure. The return of high pressure will
bring mostly dry conditions for Wednesday through Friday.


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