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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
456 PM CST TUE JAN 27 2015

SUNNY SKIES COVERED MOST OF IOWA AND THE UPPER MIDWEST THIS
AFTERNOON. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES AT COUNCIL BLUFFS
TO 26 DEGREES AT DUBUQUE. LIGHT SOUTHEAST WINDS AVERAGED AROUND 10
MPH.

WEDNESDAY IS EXPECTED TO BE EVEN WARMER THAN TODAY WITH 40S IN
THE NORTH AND OVER 60 DEGREES TOWARDS SOUTHWEST IOWA. AN AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE WILL PASS THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY AND EARLY
THURSDAY...BRINGING LITTLE MORE THAN CLOUDS AND A FEW RAIN AND
SNOW SHOWERS ALONG AND EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY.
COOLER AIR WILL FLOW IN BEHIND THIS SYSTEM FOR THE END OF THE
WEEK...BUT TEMPERATURES WILL STILL BE ABOVE AVERAGE. A STORM
SYSTEM WILL SPREAD RAIN AND SNOW OVER THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
REGION ON SATURDAY...CHANGING OVER TO ALL SNOW SATURDAY NIGHT AND
INTO SUNDAY. COLDER WEATHER WILL FOLLOW BY EARLY NEXT WEEK. BY
SUNDAY AND MONDAY...HIGHS WILL FALL INTO THE TEENS AND 20S WITH
LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO LOWER TEENS.


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