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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1022 AM CDT Wed Apr 25 2018

Overall it was another fairly pleasant morning across the state. The
coldest areas were north central and northwest Iowa where lows dipped
into the low to mid 30s, while the rest of the state stayed mostly in
the 40s. Additionally, southwest Iowa saw a few bouts of light rain,
which continue this morning. Temperatures this morning could not quite
get as warm as yesterday about this time because of both increased
cloud cover across southern parts of Iowa, and cooler northerly winds.
As a result, only mid 40s to low 50s are around by mid to late

Even with a bit cooler conditions for the next few days compared to
the previous couple, it will still be fairly nice. Highs should reside
in the low to mid 60s much of the time, warming well into the 70s for
most by the end of the weekend and to start next week. As light
showers trail off across southwest and southern Iowa today, the next
precipitation chance looks to move through tomorrow, but may only
result in a few scattered light rain chances.


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