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Weather Summary for Iowa
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
1014 AM CDT Sun May 31 2020

A few light rain showers were observed on radar imagery tracking
across portions of western Iowa this morning. This activity will
continue intermittently into the early afternoon hours before drying
out. Otherwise expect another seasonably pleasant day as highs top out
around 70 degrees.

It will start to feel much more like summer starting Monday as
breezy southerly winds bring heat and humidity into the region. Some
morning isolated to scattered shower and thunderstorm activity is
possible, but then skies are expected to clear as temperatures warm
into the mid to upper 80s. Even warmer conditions are in store for
Tuesday as much of the state cracks into the 90s. The heat combines
with elevated humidity to push heat indicies to near 100 degrees
during the warmest hours of the day. A front pushes through the area
late Tuesday into Wednesday and brings chances for thunderstorms, some
of which may be severe and produce heavy rainfall.

Periodic chances for thunderstorms and above normal temperatures
continue through the latter half of the week. The potential for severe
weather during this time frame remains uncertain and will be better
known in the coming days.

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