Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1053 AM CDT Sat Apr 21 2018

Many clouds are over the state with a few sprinkles falling from a
few of these clouds. Temperatures range from the upper 30s over parts
of northwestern Iowa to the low 50s over southern Iowa with light
winds from the east or southeast across the area.

Other than rogue sprinkles today, sunshine will remain limited across
Iowa. Highs will peak in the 50s to low 60s, though parts of northern
Iowa where snowpack is lingering will remain in the 40s. Temperatures
will be a few degrees higher on Sunday with highs ranging from the
middle 50s over northern Iowa to the low and middle 60s over central
and southern Iowa under a mixture of clouds and some sunshine.
Temperatures will be even higher on Monday with many places across the
state eclipsing 60 degrees. Increasing clouds and mainly rain showers
will accompany a cold front later Tuesday into the first part of
Wednesday. Another cold front will cross the region on Thursday with a
chance of showers. Despite these cold frontal passages, high
temperatures mid to late next week will be near to slightly below
normal ranging from the low 50s to low 60s much of the time.


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