Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
517 PM CDT Mon May 21 2018

Showers lingered across northeast Iowa this evening, eventually
moving out of the state later this afternoon. Most of the state was
under cloudy skies for most of the day, before clearing out some
across the southwest half of the state this afternoon. Winds today
have been light and variable. Highs today varied across the state,
with low 60s northeast where clouds and rain persisted through the
day. Meanwhile temperatures increased into southern iowa where highs
this afternoon were in the mid 70s.

Overnight tonight fog development is expected, particularly over the
northwest half of the state and into central Iowa. This fog should
lift by noon Tuesday with highs in the low 80s west and mid 70s east.
Warm and humid conditions are expected through the rest of the week,
with storm chances late Tuesday night through Wednesday and again on
Thursday. The severe potential for these storms appears low, however
there is a threat for heavy precipitation and flooding concerns.

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