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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
430 AM CDT Sun Mar 18 2018

Low clouds cover western and a good portion of central Iowa while
eastern Iowa has a mainly clear sky. Areas of dense fog with
visibilities under one quarter of a mile in some places over
southeastern Iowa have formed thanks to the clear sky, light winds,
and recent precipitation. Temperatures have fallen quickly overnight
in the clear areas with current readings in the 20s. Meanwhile under
the clouds, temperatures are in the low and middle 30s.

The visibility will improve in the fog areas this morning, but plenty
of clouds will remain over western and central areas and spread into
the eastern part of the state this afternoon. Highs will mainly be in
the 40s, but some low 50s are expected over eastern Iowa.
Precipitation will try to spread into southwest or far southern Iowa
late tonight or Monday morning, but a better chance of a rain and snow
mix across Iowa is expected Monday night into Tuesday. Drier weather
will return to the state on Wednesday.


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