Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
423 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

Mainly clear skies were prevailing early this morning with
temperatures in the 50s across the state. While winds overall have
lessened since Sunday afternoon, there have been briefly higher winds
over northern Iowa early this morning.

The weather Memorial Day and Tuesday will be quite similar with winds
from the northwest increasing and turning gusty shortly after sunrise
and decreasing shortly after sunset. Clouds and scattered showers with
perhaps a few thunderstorms will develop late in the morning and
afternoon, mainly over northern Iowa today and northeast Iowa on
Tuesday. Highs will be below normal both days ranging from the middle
60s over northern Iowa to the middle 70s over southern Iowa.

High pressure will move across the region Wednesday and as it moves
east of the area, winds will turn and blow from the south bringing
more moisture to the region. This will lead to increased rain and
storm chances late in the week. It is unclear at this time whether
there will be severe weather.


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