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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1021 AM CDT Tue May 15 2018

The seemingly daily occurrence of scattered showers and storms
continued yet again overnight, and once again was mostly over southern
Iowa. Lows this morning reflected where cloud cover lasted longest,
with northwest Iowa coolest in the low 50s this morning and southeast
Iowa warmest in the mid 60s. As of mid-morning, clouds remained over a
fair amount of central and southern Iowa, while blue skies dominated
northern Iowa. Temperatures were also fairly uniform across the state
with most locations in the low to mid 60s.

The forecast finally has a string of at least a couple dry days for
Iowa, including at least a few periods of sunny skies. Temperatures
will range from pleasant to warm with highs rising into the 80s, even
upper 80s possibly for a few. The next opportunity for any showers or
storms does not move into the state until the latter half of Friday,
leading into a likely wet and stormy weekend.


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