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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1057 AM CDT Sun Apr 22 2018

Spring is doing its best to work its way into and across the state. As
much could be seen this morning with lows only into the low to mid 40s
across much of the state. Northern Iowa bottomed out in the low to mid
30s, understandably, as some snow cover continues to linger. While
yesterday was relatively nice, today will be even better with
temperatures a couple to few degrees warmer and much more sunshine. By
late morning, temperatures were well on their way to daytime highs in
the mid 50s to mid 60s, with temperatures in the low 50s in all but
the snow covered far north.

Monday shapes up to be the nicest day in the upcoming forecast with
plenty of sunshine and nearly state wide highs in the 60s. Most will
see highs in the mid to upper 60s, while far northern Iowa will likely
reside in the upper 50s to low 60s. A bit of a cool down will begin to
work its way in later Tuesday, dropping highs a few degrees through
the middle of the week. Fortunately, the cool down will see highs only
dip into the 50s in most cases. Next weekend looks to see temperatures
begin to rise back up into the 60s. A pair of precipitation chances
will also work across Iowa this week as well, first Tuesday into
early Wednesday, and then Thursday.


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