Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Des Moines, IA

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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1105 AM CDT Tue Jun 27 2017

An area of high pressure was sliding southeast into the Ohio Valley
providing for light winds from the south and southeast over the state
so far this morning. Temperatures ranged from the middle 60s to the
low 70s under a mostly sunny sky at mid-morning.

As the high continues to move away from the area, low pressure will
form over the central Plains and this will create gusty winds this
afternoon, especially over western Iowa. Further, these winds will
bring warmer and moister air back into the area with temperatures
returning to near seasonal levels for the remainder of the week.
Thunderstorms will develop over South Dakota and Nebraska this
afternoon and move eastward reaching western Iowa this evening and
moving across the state overnight. Another round of thunderstorms is
expected to form Wednesday afternoon and evening with severe weather
as well as heavy rainfall possible. Yet another day of storm chances
is expected on Thursday, but more focused over the southern 2/3rds of
Iowa with severe weather and heavy rainfall once again possible.
While more tranquil weather will arrive by late in the week, it may
not be completely rain and storm free.


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