Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
508 PM CDT TUE JUN 2 2015

EXCEPT FOR ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER FAR SOUTHWEST IOWA LATE
THIS AFTERNOON...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE
REST OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES AT 5PM WERE IN THE LOWER 70S EAST
TO UPPER 70S WEST. BREEZY SOUTH TO SOUTHEAST WINDS WERE 10 TO 20
MPH WITH STRONGER GUSTS.

HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO SLOWLY ADVANCE EAST OF THE REGION THIS
AFTERNOON. A BOUNDARY SITS OVER THE HIGH PLAINS AND WILL CONTINUE
TO PROGRESS EASTWARD. THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK WILL BE
HIGHLIGHTED BY CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND STORMS AS A FEW
DISTURBANCES CROSS THE REGION. SATURDAY LOOKS TO BE DRY...BUT
WILL BE SHORT LIVED AS SHOWERS AND STORMS MAKE A QUICK RETURN TO
THE REGION SUNDAY. HIGHS WILL REMAIN COMFORTABLE IN THE MID TO
UPPER 70S THROUGH THE WEEKEND...BUT WILL BE A BIT MORE ON THE
HUMID SIDE AS SOUTHERLY WINDS BRING IN MID 60S DEW POINTS BY
THURSDAY AND ONWARD.

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