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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
437 AM CDT Thu Apr 26 2018

It has been a cool and quiet night across the region. Winds have been
light and variable beneath mostly clear skies, allowing temperatures
to fall into the 30s in most areas.

A weak cool front moving across Iowa later today will bring a chance
for a few sprinkles or light showers mainly over northeast Iowa in the
afternoon. The front will also bring gusty northwest winds to most of
the northern and western sections of the state, combining with dry
surface fuels to create a very high fire danger in those areas.

The forecast remains generally quiet through the weekend, with no
precipitation forecast after today through the day Sunday. Scattered
showers and thunderstorms are then predicted from Sunday night into
Monday, but with little impact. A more active weather pattern will set
in toward the middle of next week, with increasing thunderstorm
chances and even a possibility of severe weather around next Tuesday
and Wednesday.

$$

Lee



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