Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
415 AM CDT Sat Jul 23 2016

It has been partly cloudy across the region overnight with
temperatures remaining in the mid to upper 70s and very humid
conditions. Isolated thunderstorms have formed mainly over
southwest Iowa, with a larger thunderstorm complex moving slowly
eastward across Nebraska.

The thunderstorm complex over Nebraska will affect primarily
western and northwestern Iowa later this morning, with more
scattered storms from southwestern through northeastern Iowa. This
will keep temperatures from rising too quickly for much of the
day. However, as the storms clear out of most areas this afternoon
the temperature will quickly climb through the 80s and into the
90s across southern Iowa and it will remain very muggy. An
approaching cool front will bring more thunderstorm chances
tonight, mainly across the north and northeast, then the front
will move slowly across Iowa on Sunday and provide some relief
from the heat next week with daily highs generally in the 80s.
Aside from a few isolated storms the next meaningful rain chances
will come between Tuesday night and Wednesday night, then again
around the end of next week.


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