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AWUS83 KDMX 222203
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-230615-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
503 PM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

HIGH PRESSURE MOVED ACROSS MINNESOTA TUESDAY AFTERNOON...BRINGING
ABUNDANT SUNSHINE AND A RAIN FREE DAY TO THE REGION. THERE WERE
VERY FEW CLOUDS AND TEMPERATURES WERE CLOSE TO NORMAL. NORMAL
HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 60S ACROSS THE
REGION. AS OF 4 PM...DES MOINES HAD A HIGH OF 67 DEGREES...WATERLOO
HAD A HIGH OF 60...AND AMES HAD A HIGH OF 64 DEGREES. WINDS WERE
NOT TOO STRONG THIS AFTERNOON...BLOWING FROM THE NORTH AT AROUND
5 TO 15 MPH.

WEDNESDAY MORNING SHOULD SEE INCREASING CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION
CHANCES FROM THE WEST. BY LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING...SHOWERS AND A
FEW RUMBLED OF THUNDER WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR MUCH OF
IOWA...INCLUDING THE DES MOINES METRO. WITH THE EXPECTED CLOUD
COVER AND RAIN...TEMPERATURES WILL BE SLIGHTLY COOLER FOR THE DAY
WEDNESDAY. AFTER STARTING OUT IN THE LOW 40S IN EASTERN IOWA...TO
THE UPPER 40S IN WESTERN IOWA...HIGHS WILL ONLY MAKE IT TO THE LOW
50S IN EASTERN IOWA...AND THE MID 60S IN WESTERN IOWA. WINDS WILL
BE VERY STRONG WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
15 TO 25 MPH.

THERE WILL LIKELY BE A BREAK FROM THE RAIN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FOR
MUCH OF IOWA...AND THEN SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL MOVE IN FROM THE
WEST WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING. THERE IS DEFINITELY A
POSSIBILITY OF STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY EVENING
FROM CENTRAL NEBRASKA INTO KANSAS...AND A FEW OF THOSE STORMS MAY
STILL BE STRONG AS THEY CROSS OVER INTO IOWA EARLY THURSDAY
MORNING.

HIGHS SHOULD BE IN THE 60S THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...BUT COOLER AIR
WILL BE MOVING IN FOR THE WEEKEND. AS OF NOW...IT LOOKS LIKE HIGHS
WILL BE STUCK IN THE 40S AND 50S DURING THIS WEEKEND...AND LOWS
MAY MAKE IT DOWN TO THE 30S AND 40S. THE REGION MAY ALSO SEE
SCATTERED STORMS SATURDAY EVENING INTO SUNDAY MORNING.

$$

KOTENBERG




000
AWUS83 KDMX 222203
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-230615-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
503 PM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

HIGH PRESSURE MOVED ACROSS MINNESOTA TUESDAY AFTERNOON...BRINGING
ABUNDANT SUNSHINE AND A RAIN FREE DAY TO THE REGION. THERE WERE
VERY FEW CLOUDS AND TEMPERATURES WERE CLOSE TO NORMAL. NORMAL
HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 60S ACROSS THE
REGION. AS OF 4 PM...DES MOINES HAD A HIGH OF 67 DEGREES...WATERLOO
HAD A HIGH OF 60...AND AMES HAD A HIGH OF 64 DEGREES. WINDS WERE
NOT TOO STRONG THIS AFTERNOON...BLOWING FROM THE NORTH AT AROUND
5 TO 15 MPH.

WEDNESDAY MORNING SHOULD SEE INCREASING CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION
CHANCES FROM THE WEST. BY LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING...SHOWERS AND A
FEW RUMBLED OF THUNDER WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR MUCH OF
IOWA...INCLUDING THE DES MOINES METRO. WITH THE EXPECTED CLOUD
COVER AND RAIN...TEMPERATURES WILL BE SLIGHTLY COOLER FOR THE DAY
WEDNESDAY. AFTER STARTING OUT IN THE LOW 40S IN EASTERN IOWA...TO
THE UPPER 40S IN WESTERN IOWA...HIGHS WILL ONLY MAKE IT TO THE LOW
50S IN EASTERN IOWA...AND THE MID 60S IN WESTERN IOWA. WINDS WILL
BE VERY STRONG WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
15 TO 25 MPH.

THERE WILL LIKELY BE A BREAK FROM THE RAIN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FOR
MUCH OF IOWA...AND THEN SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL MOVE IN FROM THE
WEST WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING. THERE IS DEFINITELY A
POSSIBILITY OF STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY EVENING
FROM CENTRAL NEBRASKA INTO KANSAS...AND A FEW OF THOSE STORMS MAY
STILL BE STRONG AS THEY CROSS OVER INTO IOWA EARLY THURSDAY
MORNING.

HIGHS SHOULD BE IN THE 60S THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...BUT COOLER AIR
WILL BE MOVING IN FOR THE WEEKEND. AS OF NOW...IT LOOKS LIKE HIGHS
WILL BE STUCK IN THE 40S AND 50S DURING THIS WEEKEND...AND LOWS
MAY MAKE IT DOWN TO THE 30S AND 40S. THE REGION MAY ALSO SEE
SCATTERED STORMS SATURDAY EVENING INTO SUNDAY MORNING.

$$

KOTENBERG





000
AWUS83 KDMX 221550
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-230000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1050 AM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

SUNNY SKIES COVERED IOWA AND MOST OF THE UPPER MIDWEST THIS
MORNING. TEMPERATURES WARMED TO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S IN MOST
LOCATIONS AS NORTH WINDS AVERAGED 10 TO 20 MPH.

COOLER BUT SEASONAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON.
HIGHS WILL REACH THE UPPER 50S OVER THE NORTHEAST AND THE LOWER
70S ACROSS THE FAR WEST. CLOUDINESS WILL INCREASE SOMEWHAT DURING
THE AFTERNOON HOURS AS A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS ACROSS THE PLAINS.
TONIGHT WINDS SWING AROUND TO THE SOUTHEAST WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES. SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL ARRIVE INTO FAR
WESTERN IOWA BY SUNRISE WEDNESDAY...THEN SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE
DURING THE DAY. WITH CLOUDS AND SHOWERS ON WEDNESDAY HIGHS
WILL REMAIN IN THE 50S EAST TO THE LOWER 70S FAR WEST ALONG WITH
A BRISK SOUTHEAST WIND.

ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS IS EXPECTED FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
AND THURSDAY AS LOW PRESSURE TRACKS OVER THE REGION. THERE MAY BE
SOME STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY EVENING OVER
NEBRASKA...KANSAS AND FAR WESTERN IOWA BEFORE THE STORMS WEAKEN A
BIT OVERNIGHT. THE SHOWERY WEATHER WILL MOVE OUT OF THE AREA BY
THURSDAY NIGHT. HIGHS THURSDAY WILL AGAIN BE MILD IN THE UPPER 50S
NORTHEAST TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

A BRIEF BREAK FROM RAIN WILL FOLLOW FOR FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY
BEFORE AN UNSETTLED PERIOD OF WEATHER MOVES INTO IOWA FOR LATE
SATURDAY THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. AT THIS TIME AN EXTENDED PERIOD
OF SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS...AND COLD RAIN WILL OCCUR
FROM SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY. HIGHS WILL ONLY REACH THE 40S TO 50S
AT TIMES WITH LOWS IN THE 30S TO NEAR 40. ALONG WITH THAT EXPECT
COOL EASTERLY WINDS AND DREARY CLOUD COVER.


$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 221550
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-230000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1050 AM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

SUNNY SKIES COVERED IOWA AND MOST OF THE UPPER MIDWEST THIS
MORNING. TEMPERATURES WARMED TO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 50S IN MOST
LOCATIONS AS NORTH WINDS AVERAGED 10 TO 20 MPH.

COOLER BUT SEASONAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON.
HIGHS WILL REACH THE UPPER 50S OVER THE NORTHEAST AND THE LOWER
70S ACROSS THE FAR WEST. CLOUDINESS WILL INCREASE SOMEWHAT DURING
THE AFTERNOON HOURS AS A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS ACROSS THE PLAINS.
TONIGHT WINDS SWING AROUND TO THE SOUTHEAST WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES. SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL ARRIVE INTO FAR
WESTERN IOWA BY SUNRISE WEDNESDAY...THEN SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE
DURING THE DAY. WITH CLOUDS AND SHOWERS ON WEDNESDAY HIGHS
WILL REMAIN IN THE 50S EAST TO THE LOWER 70S FAR WEST ALONG WITH
A BRISK SOUTHEAST WIND.

ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS IS EXPECTED FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
AND THURSDAY AS LOW PRESSURE TRACKS OVER THE REGION. THERE MAY BE
SOME STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY EVENING OVER
NEBRASKA...KANSAS AND FAR WESTERN IOWA BEFORE THE STORMS WEAKEN A
BIT OVERNIGHT. THE SHOWERY WEATHER WILL MOVE OUT OF THE AREA BY
THURSDAY NIGHT. HIGHS THURSDAY WILL AGAIN BE MILD IN THE UPPER 50S
NORTHEAST TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

A BRIEF BREAK FROM RAIN WILL FOLLOW FOR FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY
BEFORE AN UNSETTLED PERIOD OF WEATHER MOVES INTO IOWA FOR LATE
SATURDAY THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. AT THIS TIME AN EXTENDED PERIOD
OF SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS...AND COLD RAIN WILL OCCUR
FROM SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY. HIGHS WILL ONLY REACH THE 40S TO 50S
AT TIMES WITH LOWS IN THE 30S TO NEAR 40. ALONG WITH THAT EXPECT
COOL EASTERLY WINDS AND DREARY CLOUD COVER.


$$





000
AWUS83 KDMX 220852
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-221700-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
352 AM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

A COLD FRONT PASSED SOUTH OF THE REGION OVERNIGHT AND COOLER
TEMPERATURES ARE MOVING INTO THE STATE EARLY THIS MORNING. UNDER
CLEAR SKIES TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER 30S OVER THE FAR
NORTHWEST TO THE MID 40S IN THE SOUTHEAST. NORTHWEST WINDS OF 10
TO 15 MPH OVER THE SOUTHEAST ARE GIVING WAY TO LIGHT NORTHERLY
WINDS ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST.

TODAY WILL BE PLEASANT BUT BREEZY AT TIMES EAST AS HIGH PRESSURE
BUILDS INTO IOWA FROM THE NORTHERN PLAINS. COOLER BUT SEASONAL
TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL REACH THE
UPPER 50S OVER THE NORTHEAST AND THE LOWER 70S ACROSS THE FAR
WEST. HIGH AND SOME MID LEVEL CLOUDS WILL INCREASE DURING THE
AFTERNOON HOURS AS A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS ACROSS THE PLAINS.
TONIGHT WINDS SWING AROUND TO THE SOUTHEAST WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES. SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL ARRIVE INTO FAR
WESTERN IOWA BY SUNRISE WEDNESDAY...THEN SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE
DURING THE DAY. WITH THE CLOUDS AND SHOWERS HIGHS WEDNESDAY WILL
REMAIN IN THE 50S EAST TO THE LOWER 70S FAR WEST ALONG WITH A
BRISK SOUTHEAST WIND. ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS IS EXPECTED
FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY AS LOW PRESSURE TRACKS OVER THE
REGION. THERE MAY SOME STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY
EVENING OVER NEBRASKA...KANSAS AND FAR WESTERN IOWA BEFORE THE
STORMS WEAKEN A BIT OVERNIGHT. THE SHOWERY WEATHER WILL MOVE OUT
OF THE AREA BY THURSDAY NIGHT. HIGHS THURSDAY WILL AGAIN BE MILD
IN THE UPPER 50S NORTHEAST TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

A BRIEF BREAK FROM RAIN WILL FOLLOW FOR FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY
BEFORE AN UNSETTLED PERIOD OF WEATHER MOVES INTO IOWA FOR LATE
SATURDAY THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. AT THIS TIME AN EXTENDED PERIOD
OF SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS...AND COLD RAIN WILL OCCUR
FROM SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY. HIGHS WILL ONLY REACH THE 40S TO 50S
AT TIMES WITH LOWS IN THE 30S TO NEAR 40. ALONG WITH THAT EXPECT
COOL EASTERLY WINDS AND DREARY CLOUD COVER.

$$

REV





000
AWUS83 KDMX 220852
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-221700-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
352 AM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

A COLD FRONT PASSED SOUTH OF THE REGION OVERNIGHT AND COOLER
TEMPERATURES ARE MOVING INTO THE STATE EARLY THIS MORNING. UNDER
CLEAR SKIES TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER 30S OVER THE FAR
NORTHWEST TO THE MID 40S IN THE SOUTHEAST. NORTHWEST WINDS OF 10
TO 15 MPH OVER THE SOUTHEAST ARE GIVING WAY TO LIGHT NORTHERLY
WINDS ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST.

TODAY WILL BE PLEASANT BUT BREEZY AT TIMES EAST AS HIGH PRESSURE
BUILDS INTO IOWA FROM THE NORTHERN PLAINS. COOLER BUT SEASONAL
TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL REACH THE
UPPER 50S OVER THE NORTHEAST AND THE LOWER 70S ACROSS THE FAR
WEST. HIGH AND SOME MID LEVEL CLOUDS WILL INCREASE DURING THE
AFTERNOON HOURS AS A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS ACROSS THE PLAINS.
TONIGHT WINDS SWING AROUND TO THE SOUTHEAST WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES. SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL ARRIVE INTO FAR
WESTERN IOWA BY SUNRISE WEDNESDAY...THEN SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE
DURING THE DAY. WITH THE CLOUDS AND SHOWERS HIGHS WEDNESDAY WILL
REMAIN IN THE 50S EAST TO THE LOWER 70S FAR WEST ALONG WITH A
BRISK SOUTHEAST WIND. ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS IS EXPECTED
FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY AS LOW PRESSURE TRACKS OVER THE
REGION. THERE MAY SOME STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY
EVENING OVER NEBRASKA...KANSAS AND FAR WESTERN IOWA BEFORE THE
STORMS WEAKEN A BIT OVERNIGHT. THE SHOWERY WEATHER WILL MOVE OUT
OF THE AREA BY THURSDAY NIGHT. HIGHS THURSDAY WILL AGAIN BE MILD
IN THE UPPER 50S NORTHEAST TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

A BRIEF BREAK FROM RAIN WILL FOLLOW FOR FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY
BEFORE AN UNSETTLED PERIOD OF WEATHER MOVES INTO IOWA FOR LATE
SATURDAY THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. AT THIS TIME AN EXTENDED PERIOD
OF SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS...AND COLD RAIN WILL OCCUR
FROM SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY. HIGHS WILL ONLY REACH THE 40S TO 50S
AT TIMES WITH LOWS IN THE 30S TO NEAR 40. ALONG WITH THAT EXPECT
COOL EASTERLY WINDS AND DREARY CLOUD COVER.

$$

REV




000
AWUS83 KDMX 212154
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-220600-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
454 PM CDT MON APR 21 2014

A FRONT SWEPT THROUGH IOWA TODAY AND BROUGHT DRIER AND SLIGHTLY
COOLER AIR INTO THE STATE...BUT TEMPERATURES BEHIND THE FRONT
STILL MANAGED TO REACH THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S. A THIN...BROKEN
LINE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS FORMED ALONG THE LEADING EDGE OF
THE FRONT DURING THE MID AFTERNOON AS IT WAS PUSHING THROUGH FAR
SOUTHEAST IOWA. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE CLEARING OUT BEHIND THE
FRONT WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILING OVER THE SOUTHEAST HALF
OF IOWA THROUGH THE MID AFTERNOON. WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE
FROM THE NORTHWEST AT 20 TO 25 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS WHILE AHEAD
OF THE FRONT WINDS REMAINED OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

TONIGHT AND TUESDAY WILL FEATURE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH HIGH
PRESSURE IN CONTROL. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL FALL INTO THE UPPER
60S FOR TUESDAY...WITH LOCATIONS IN THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
REGION SEEING HIGHS DIP DOWN INTO THE MID 50S BY THE END OF THE
WORK WEEK. HIGHS ACROSS THE SOUTH WILL REMAIN STABLE IN THE MID TO
UPPER 60S THROUGH THIS TIMEFRAME. THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM WILL
IMPACT THE AREA ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...BRINGING STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS FROM NEBRASKA SOUTH INTO KANSAS. THESE STORMS WILL
ADVANCE EASTWARD INTO THE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY EARLY
THURSDAY MORNING. COLDER AIR WILL THEN SPILL SOUTHWARD FOR NEXT
WEEKEND WITH LOWS DROPPING INTO THE 30S AND HIGHS STRUGGLING TO
REACH 50 DEGREES.

$$

KS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 212154
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-220600-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
454 PM CDT MON APR 21 2014

A FRONT SWEPT THROUGH IOWA TODAY AND BROUGHT DRIER AND SLIGHTLY
COOLER AIR INTO THE STATE...BUT TEMPERATURES BEHIND THE FRONT
STILL MANAGED TO REACH THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S. A THIN...BROKEN
LINE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS FORMED ALONG THE LEADING EDGE OF
THE FRONT DURING THE MID AFTERNOON AS IT WAS PUSHING THROUGH FAR
SOUTHEAST IOWA. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE CLEARING OUT BEHIND THE
FRONT WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILING OVER THE SOUTHEAST HALF
OF IOWA THROUGH THE MID AFTERNOON. WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE
FROM THE NORTHWEST AT 20 TO 25 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS WHILE AHEAD
OF THE FRONT WINDS REMAINED OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

TONIGHT AND TUESDAY WILL FEATURE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH HIGH
PRESSURE IN CONTROL. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL FALL INTO THE UPPER
60S FOR TUESDAY...WITH LOCATIONS IN THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
REGION SEEING HIGHS DIP DOWN INTO THE MID 50S BY THE END OF THE
WORK WEEK. HIGHS ACROSS THE SOUTH WILL REMAIN STABLE IN THE MID TO
UPPER 60S THROUGH THIS TIMEFRAME. THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM WILL
IMPACT THE AREA ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...BRINGING STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS FROM NEBRASKA SOUTH INTO KANSAS. THESE STORMS WILL
ADVANCE EASTWARD INTO THE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY EARLY
THURSDAY MORNING. COLDER AIR WILL THEN SPILL SOUTHWARD FOR NEXT
WEEKEND WITH LOWS DROPPING INTO THE 30S AND HIGHS STRUGGLING TO
REACH 50 DEGREES.

$$

KS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 211525
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-212330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1025 AM CDT MON APR 21 2014

MORE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO ROLL ACROSS PARTS OF
IOWA THIS MORNING. LOCATIONS FROM AROUND FORT DODGE NORTHWARD
INTO SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...AND ESPECIALLY NEAR TO THE IOWA
MINNESOTA BORDER...RECEIVED THE MOST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL FROM THIS
SYSTEM OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS. MASON CITY SET A DAILY
PRECIPITATION RECORD WITH 2.51 INCHES OF RAIN BEING REPORTED.
DECORAH MEASURE 1.81 INCHES OF RAIN...FORT DODGE MEASURED 0.51
INCHES...AND WATERLOO MEASURED 0.26 INCHES.

WITH THE CLOUDS AND SOUTHWESTERLY FLOW KEEPING WARM AIR ADVECTION
IN PLACE AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT...TEMPERATURES STAYED ON THE
MILD SIDE THIS MORNING. DES MOINES HAD A LOW OF 60
DEGREES...WATERLOO HAD A LOW OF 53...AND PRAIRIE DU CHIEN HAD A
LOW OF 52 DEGREES. WINDS WERE NOT TOO STRONG THIS
MORNING...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTHWEST AT AROUND 5 TO 15 MPH.

MUCH OF THE REGION MADE IT INTO THE 70S AND 80S YESTERDAY
AFTERNOON...AND IT LOOKS LIKE TODAY WILL BE ON THE WARM SIDE AS
WELL. NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ACROSS THE
REGION ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 60S. TODAY/S HIGHS SHOULD BE IN THE
UPPER 60S TO MID 70S ACROSS THE REGION. AS THE BOUNDARY
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OF THIS PRECIPITATION MOVES OF TO THE
EAST...SKIES WILL BECOME MOSTLY SUNNY AND WINDS WILL INCREASE AND
BE FROM THE NORTHWEST AT AROUND 15 TO 25 MPH.

TUESDAY SHOULD BE DRY...BUT WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY LOOKS TO BRING
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION. A FEW MAY BE
STRONG AT TIMES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS. WEDNESDAY WILL
LIKELY BE THE COOLEST DAY OF THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS IN THE 50S AND
60S FOR MOST OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY WILL LIKELY BE THE WARMEST
DAY AFTER TODAY...WITH HIGHS MAKING IT TO THE 60S AND 70S.

$$

KOTENBERG




000
AWUS83 KDMX 211525
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-212330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1025 AM CDT MON APR 21 2014

MORE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO ROLL ACROSS PARTS OF
IOWA THIS MORNING. LOCATIONS FROM AROUND FORT DODGE NORTHWARD
INTO SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...AND ESPECIALLY NEAR TO THE IOWA
MINNESOTA BORDER...RECEIVED THE MOST AMOUNT OF RAINFALL FROM THIS
SYSTEM OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS. MASON CITY SET A DAILY
PRECIPITATION RECORD WITH 2.51 INCHES OF RAIN BEING REPORTED.
DECORAH MEASURE 1.81 INCHES OF RAIN...FORT DODGE MEASURED 0.51
INCHES...AND WATERLOO MEASURED 0.26 INCHES.

WITH THE CLOUDS AND SOUTHWESTERLY FLOW KEEPING WARM AIR ADVECTION
IN PLACE AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT...TEMPERATURES STAYED ON THE
MILD SIDE THIS MORNING. DES MOINES HAD A LOW OF 60
DEGREES...WATERLOO HAD A LOW OF 53...AND PRAIRIE DU CHIEN HAD A
LOW OF 52 DEGREES. WINDS WERE NOT TOO STRONG THIS
MORNING...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTHWEST AT AROUND 5 TO 15 MPH.

MUCH OF THE REGION MADE IT INTO THE 70S AND 80S YESTERDAY
AFTERNOON...AND IT LOOKS LIKE TODAY WILL BE ON THE WARM SIDE AS
WELL. NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ACROSS THE
REGION ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 60S. TODAY/S HIGHS SHOULD BE IN THE
UPPER 60S TO MID 70S ACROSS THE REGION. AS THE BOUNDARY
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OF THIS PRECIPITATION MOVES OF TO THE
EAST...SKIES WILL BECOME MOSTLY SUNNY AND WINDS WILL INCREASE AND
BE FROM THE NORTHWEST AT AROUND 15 TO 25 MPH.

TUESDAY SHOULD BE DRY...BUT WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY LOOKS TO BRING
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION. A FEW MAY BE
STRONG AT TIMES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS. WEDNESDAY WILL
LIKELY BE THE COOLEST DAY OF THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS IN THE 50S AND
60S FOR MOST OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY WILL LIKELY BE THE WARMEST
DAY AFTER TODAY...WITH HIGHS MAKING IT TO THE 60S AND 70S.

$$

KOTENBERG





000
AWUS83 KDMX 210941
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-211745-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
441 AM CDT MON APR 21 2014

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE LOCATED OVER NORTHWEST IOWA AND SOUTHWEST
MINNESOTA AND ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT EXTENDED SOUTHWESTWARD INTO
NEBRASKA BROUGHT SCATTERED SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS OVER
EASTERN NEBRASKA...PORTIONS OF WESTERN TO NORTH CENTRAL
IOWA...AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. LOCALLY BRIEF HEAVY RAIN WAS
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SHOWER ACTIVITY. A FEW OTHER SHOWERS WERE
FOUND ACROSS SOUTHEAST IOWA AS WELL. TEMPERATURES OVER IOWA AT 4
AM CDT RANGED IN THE 50S AND 60S.

THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH SOUTHEAST
THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY AND PROVIDE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER CENTRAL TO EASTERN IOWA THROUGH THE
EARLY AFTERNOON. BREEZY NORTHWEST WINDS AND DRIER AIR WILL AFFECT
NORTHWEST IOWA...NORTHEAST NEBRASKA...AND SOUTHEAST SOUTH DAKOTA BY
THIS AFTERNOON AND LEAD TO ELEVATED FIRE DANGER. TUESDAY WILL
BRING DRY AND PLEASANT CONDITIONS BEFORE AN ACTIVE WEATHER
PATTERN DEVELOPS BY MID-WEEK AND CONTINUES THROUGH THE WEEKEND.
PERIODIC CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST FROM
MID TO LATE WEEK.

$$

KLP




000
AWUS83 KDMX 210941
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-211745-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
441 AM CDT MON APR 21 2014

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE LOCATED OVER NORTHWEST IOWA AND SOUTHWEST
MINNESOTA AND ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT EXTENDED SOUTHWESTWARD INTO
NEBRASKA BROUGHT SCATTERED SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS OVER
EASTERN NEBRASKA...PORTIONS OF WESTERN TO NORTH CENTRAL
IOWA...AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. LOCALLY BRIEF HEAVY RAIN WAS
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SHOWER ACTIVITY. A FEW OTHER SHOWERS WERE
FOUND ACROSS SOUTHEAST IOWA AS WELL. TEMPERATURES OVER IOWA AT 4
AM CDT RANGED IN THE 50S AND 60S.

THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH SOUTHEAST
THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY AND PROVIDE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER CENTRAL TO EASTERN IOWA THROUGH THE
EARLY AFTERNOON. BREEZY NORTHWEST WINDS AND DRIER AIR WILL AFFECT
NORTHWEST IOWA...NORTHEAST NEBRASKA...AND SOUTHEAST SOUTH DAKOTA BY
THIS AFTERNOON AND LEAD TO ELEVATED FIRE DANGER. TUESDAY WILL
BRING DRY AND PLEASANT CONDITIONS BEFORE AN ACTIVE WEATHER
PATTERN DEVELOPS BY MID-WEEK AND CONTINUES THROUGH THE WEEKEND.
PERIODIC CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST FROM
MID TO LATE WEEK.

$$

KLP





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AWUS83 KDMX 202154
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-210600-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
454 PM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

SMALL CLUSTERS OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MEANDERED ACROSS
NORTHEASTERN IOWA THIS AFTERNOON. THESE STORMS...WHILE
SMALL...REPETITIVELY TRACKED OVER THE SAME AREAS. AS A RESULT...A
FEW RURAL LOCATIONS MAY HAVE SEEN CLOSE TO TWO INCHES OF RAIN.
THESE STORMS WERE TIED TO A STATIONARY FRONT DRAPED OVER FAR
NORTHEASTERN IOWA. THIS FRONT WAS CREATING A SHARP TEMPERATURE
DISCONTINUITY OVER THE STATE. SOUTH OF THE FRONT...STIFF SOUTHERLY
WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH ALLOWED TEMPERATURES TO RISE INTO THE LOW
80S. MEANWHILE...NORTH OF THE FRONT TEMPERATURES WERE STRUGGLING
TO REACH THE LOWER 60S. ADDITIONAL STORMS WERE FORMING OVER
EASTERN NEBRASKA AND STARTING TO CROSS THE MISSOURI RIVER INTO FAR
WESTERN IOWA DURING THE MID AFTERNOON HOURS. SKIES STATEWIDE
RANGED FROM PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY.

THE FRONT OVER NORTHERN IOWA WILL GRADUALLY SHIFT SOUTHWARD
ACROSS IOWA OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS...WITH WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS FORMING ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE BOUNDARY FROM
NEBRASKA TO SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. A SECONDARY FRONT WILL SWEEP OUT
OF THE DAKOTAS AND PUSH THE STORMS OUT OF THE REGION BY MONDAY
NIGHT. COOLER AIR WILL ARRIVE BEHIND THIS FRONT WITH HIGHS FALLING
INTO THE UPPER 50S NORTH TO UPPER 60S SOUTH BY TUESDAY. HIGH
PRESSURE WILL SCOOT THROUGH THE REGION ON TUESDAY...FOLLOWED BY
THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM THAT WILL TAKE SHAPE OVER THE NORTHERN
ROCKIES ON WEDNESDAY. THIS SYSTEM COULD BRING STRONG TO SEVERE
STORMS TO NEBRASKA AND KANSAS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND
EVENING...WITH THESE STORMS PUSHING EASTWARD EARLY ON THURSDAY.
ONCE AGAIN...COLDER AIR WILL FLOW SOUTHWARD BEHIND THIS DEPARTING
SYSTEM FOR NEXT WEEKEND.

$$

KS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 201549
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-210000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1049 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVE ACROSS PARTS OF THE REGION
THIS MORNING. MANY LOCATIONS FROM AROUND AMES NORTHWARD INTO
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA RECEIVED AROUND ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN
INCH OF RAIN. TEMPERATURES EVERYWHERE STARTED OFF ON THE MILD
SIDE AND THE SHOULD WIND UP BEING WELL ABOVE NORMAL INTO THIS
EVENING. NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE
GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 30S TO LOW 40S ACROSS THE REGION.
TODAY...DES MOINES HAD A LOW OF 56 DEGREES...WATERLOO HAD A LOW OF
56...AND ESTHERVILLE HAD A LOW OF 46 DEGREES. WINDS WERE NOT TOO
STRONG THIS MORNING...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTH AT AROUND 7 TO 13
MPH.

THE SUN MANAGED TO MAKE ITS WAY OUT GENERALLY SOUTH OF INTERSTATE
80...WHICH WILL HELP TEMPERATURES WARM UP A FAIR AMOUNT FOR SUNDAY
AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE MID 70S TO LOW 80S FOR MUCH OF THE
REGION. THANKS TO CLOUDS AND ISOLATED SHOWERS...HIGHS WILL BE
STUCK IN THE MID 60S TO LOW 70S FOR SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND FAR
NORTHEASTERN IOWA. WINDS TODAY WILL BE AROUND THE 10 TO 15 MPH
RANGE ON AVERAGE...WITH SLIGHTLY STRONGER WINDS FROM CENTRAL TO
SOUTHERN IOWA...AND SLIGHTLY WEAKER WINDS FROM NORTHERN IOWA INTO
CENTRAL MINNESOTA.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL GRADUALLY SPREAD INTO CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN
IOWA BY MONDAY MORNING...WHICH SHOULD MAKE MONDAY A RAINY DAY FOR
MUCH OF IOWA. AROUND A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAIN SHOULD BE
EXPECTED FOR MANY LOCATIONS IN IOWA WITH THIS SYSTEM.

TUESDAY SHOULD BE DRY...BUT WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY LOOKS TO BRING
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION. A FEW MAY BE
STRONG AT TIMES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS. WEDNESDAY WILL
LIKELY BE THE COOLEST DAY OF THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS IN THE 50S AND
60S FOR MOST OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY WILL LIKELY BE THE WARMEST
DAY...WITH HIGHS MAKING IT TO THE 60S AND 70S.

$$

KOTENBERG




000
AWUS83 KDMX 201549
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-210000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1049 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVE ACROSS PARTS OF THE REGION
THIS MORNING. MANY LOCATIONS FROM AROUND AMES NORTHWARD INTO
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA RECEIVED AROUND ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN
INCH OF RAIN. TEMPERATURES EVERYWHERE STARTED OFF ON THE MILD
SIDE AND THE SHOULD WIND UP BEING WELL ABOVE NORMAL INTO THIS
EVENING. NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE
GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 30S TO LOW 40S ACROSS THE REGION.
TODAY...DES MOINES HAD A LOW OF 56 DEGREES...WATERLOO HAD A LOW OF
56...AND ESTHERVILLE HAD A LOW OF 46 DEGREES. WINDS WERE NOT TOO
STRONG THIS MORNING...BLOWING FROM THE SOUTH AT AROUND 7 TO 13
MPH.

THE SUN MANAGED TO MAKE ITS WAY OUT GENERALLY SOUTH OF INTERSTATE
80...WHICH WILL HELP TEMPERATURES WARM UP A FAIR AMOUNT FOR SUNDAY
AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE MID 70S TO LOW 80S FOR MUCH OF THE
REGION. THANKS TO CLOUDS AND ISOLATED SHOWERS...HIGHS WILL BE
STUCK IN THE MID 60S TO LOW 70S FOR SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND FAR
NORTHEASTERN IOWA. WINDS TODAY WILL BE AROUND THE 10 TO 15 MPH
RANGE ON AVERAGE...WITH SLIGHTLY STRONGER WINDS FROM CENTRAL TO
SOUTHERN IOWA...AND SLIGHTLY WEAKER WINDS FROM NORTHERN IOWA INTO
CENTRAL MINNESOTA.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL GRADUALLY SPREAD INTO CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN
IOWA BY MONDAY MORNING...WHICH SHOULD MAKE MONDAY A RAINY DAY FOR
MUCH OF IOWA. AROUND A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAIN SHOULD BE
EXPECTED FOR MANY LOCATIONS IN IOWA WITH THIS SYSTEM.

TUESDAY SHOULD BE DRY...BUT WEDNESDAY INTO FRIDAY LOOKS TO BRING
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION. A FEW MAY BE
STRONG AT TIMES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS. WEDNESDAY WILL
LIKELY BE THE COOLEST DAY OF THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS IN THE 50S AND
60S FOR MOST OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY WILL LIKELY BE THE WARMEST
DAY...WITH HIGHS MAKING IT TO THE 60S AND 70S.

$$

KOTENBERG





000
AWUS83 KDMX 200948
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-201800-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
448 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

A STALLED FRONTAL BOUNDARY EXTENDING FROM CENTRAL NEBRASKA
THROUGH NORTHWEST IOWA AND INTO SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA SPAWNED
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS EARLY THIS MORNING
OVER THE AFOREMENTIONED AREAS. AT 4 AM CDT...TEMPERATURES RANGED
IN THE 50S TO LOWER 60S WITH OVERCAST SKIES OVER IOWA. LIGHT EAST
WINDS PREVAILED NORTHWEST OF THE FRONT IN NORTHWEST IOWA...WHILE
GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS CONTINUED SOUTHEAST OF THE FRONT OVER THE
REST OF THE STATE.

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS LOOK TO CONTINUE THIS
MORNING BEFORE A BRIEF BREAK IS ANTICIPATED LATE THIS MORNING INTO
THE EARLY AFTERNOON. THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST TO REDEVELOP LATE
THIS AFTERNOON AND PERSIST INTO TONIGHT ACROSS CENTRAL TO WESTERN
IOWA. THUNDERSTORMS WILL SHIFT FURTHER SOUTHEAST DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS TONIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING AS THE FRONT
TRANSITIONS EASTWARD.

THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION BY WEDNESDAY
AND INTO THURSDAY...POSSIBLY SEVERE AT TIMES...AS A TROUGH OF LOW
PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT SWEEP THROUGH THE REGION.

$$

KLP





000
AWUS83 KDMX 200948
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-201800-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
448 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

A STALLED FRONTAL BOUNDARY EXTENDING FROM CENTRAL NEBRASKA
THROUGH NORTHWEST IOWA AND INTO SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA SPAWNED
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS EARLY THIS MORNING
OVER THE AFOREMENTIONED AREAS. AT 4 AM CDT...TEMPERATURES RANGED
IN THE 50S TO LOWER 60S WITH OVERCAST SKIES OVER IOWA. LIGHT EAST
WINDS PREVAILED NORTHWEST OF THE FRONT IN NORTHWEST IOWA...WHILE
GUSTY SOUTHERLY WINDS CONTINUED SOUTHEAST OF THE FRONT OVER THE
REST OF THE STATE.

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS LOOK TO CONTINUE THIS
MORNING BEFORE A BRIEF BREAK IS ANTICIPATED LATE THIS MORNING INTO
THE EARLY AFTERNOON. THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST TO REDEVELOP LATE
THIS AFTERNOON AND PERSIST INTO TONIGHT ACROSS CENTRAL TO WESTERN
IOWA. THUNDERSTORMS WILL SHIFT FURTHER SOUTHEAST DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS TONIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING AS THE FRONT
TRANSITIONS EASTWARD.

THUNDERSTORMS ARE FORECAST ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION BY WEDNESDAY
AND INTO THURSDAY...POSSIBLY SEVERE AT TIMES...AS A TROUGH OF LOW
PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT SWEEP THROUGH THE REGION.

$$

KLP




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