Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
440 AM CDT THU APR 24 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS ALL BUT
SOUTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT. THE HEAVIEST RAIN
FELL OVER CENTRAL AND NORTHERN SECTIONS WHERE MANY AREAS RECEIVED
MORE THAN A QUARTER INCH AND ISOLATED AREAS AROUND THREE QUARTERS
OF AN INCH. OTHERWISE SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM THE LOWER 40S NORTHEAST TO UPPER 50S
SOUTHWEST. WINDS WERE TYPICALLY EAST OR SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH.

THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS RAIN WILL MOVE
THROUGH THE MIDWEST TODAY KEEPING INTERMITTENT SHOWERS AND A FEW
THUNDERSTORMS IN THE FORECAST. THE WEATHER SHOULD DRY OUT TONIGHT
HOWEVER AS THE PRECIPITATION EXITS THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
LEADING TO MILD AND DRY WEATHER FOR FRIDAY WITH HIGHS BACK INTO
THE 60S AND 70S.

THE WARM AND DRY WEATHER WILL STAY IN PLACE INTO SATURDAY...BUT
THERE WILL BE A CHANGE HEADING INTO THE START OF NEXT WEEK.
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE LIKELY BY SUNDAY AND MONDAY WITH
HIGHS BACK DOWN INTO THE 50S AND 60S.

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