Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
540 PM CST Sat Feb 25 2017

The center of high pressure was found over Missouri, Arkansas, and
eastern portions of Oklahoma and Kansas early this evening. A few high
clouds rolled across Iowa and southern Minnesota, but much of the
region experienced sunny skies during the afternoon hours. At 5 PM,
temperatures ranged in the 20s to middle 30s over much of the region
with warmer temperatures over portions of eastern Kansas and

Expect dry and cool conditions tonight as high pressure continues to
slowly slide eastward. Winds are forecast to shift south to southwest
Sunday and will provide warmer temperatures to the region. Locations
where there is no snow pack will have temperatures in the 40s to near
50, while the locations with snow pack are likely to see temperatures
remain in the 30s Sunday. Even warmer temperatures are forecast by
Monday and look to melt a good portion of the snow pack over northern
Iowa and southern Minnesota. A weak disturbance is forecast to
provide rain chances Monday night into Tuesday with a wintry mix
possible over portions of northern Iowa and southern Minnesota.
Temperatures remain near or slightly above normal the rest of the
work week.


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