Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
517 PM CDT Mon Jun 26 2017

Cooler than normal conditions were present once again today as
northwest winds continued to supply Canadian air to the region.
Afternoon temperatures across Iowa were generally in the low to mid
70s, with a few afternoon storms in the southeastern corner of the
state. High pressure takes over tonight with cool and clear conditions
expected. Temperatures Tuesday will be a little warmer as southerly
winds return.

The weather pattern will become much more active starting Tuesday
night and continue through Friday, with the potential for several
episodes of strong to severe storms and heavy rainfall. A line of
thunderstorms will move east out of Nebraska Tuesday night. The
storms will continue east across Iowa through Wednesday morning,
with a additional storms possible again later in the day. More storms
are possible Thursday and Friday as a front stalls out near the area.
The highest rainfall totals will likely be in the southern half Iowa
where some locations may see several inches of rainfall due to
multiple rounds of storms.

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