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AWUS83 KDMX 202217
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-210630-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
517 PM CDT MON APR 20 2015

A LARGE AND SLOW MOVING AREA OF LOW PRESSURE CONTINUED TO AFFECT
MUCH OF IOWA THIS AFTERNOON IN THE FORM OF PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES...SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS...AND STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS
OF 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS OVER 40 MPH. BY LATE THIS AFTERNOON
SKIES HAD STARTED TO CLEAR OUT OVER WESTERN IOWA. AS A RESULT OF
THESE COOL NORTHWESTERLY WINDS...TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED THE MID
40S TO MID 50S STATEWIDE.

SEASONABLY COOL AND DRY WEATHER WILL BE THE STORY OF THE WEEK.
LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE 30S STATEWIDE UNDER CLEARING
SKIES. DAYTIME HIGHS ON TUESDAY BEING THE COOLEST OF THE
WEEK...WITH READINGS IN THE MID 40S NORTH TO LOW 60S SOUTH.
TUESDAY WILL ALSO FEATURE ANOTHER ROUND OF BRISK NORTHWESTERLY
WINDS AS THE AFOREMENTIONED LOW GRADUALLY PULLS OFF TO THE
NORTHEAST. LOWS ON TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT WILL FALL
INTO THE MID 20S NORTH TO UPPER 30S SOUTH...WHICH WILL RESULT IN
AREAS OF FROST...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE NORTH. A GRADUAL WARMING
TREND WILL SET IN FOR THE END OF THE WEEK AND THE WEEKEND WITH THE
NEXT DECENT SHOT OF PRECIPITATION NOT EXPECTED UNTIL LATE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY.

$$

KS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 202217
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-210630-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
517 PM CDT MON APR 20 2015

A LARGE AND SLOW MOVING AREA OF LOW PRESSURE CONTINUED TO AFFECT
MUCH OF IOWA THIS AFTERNOON IN THE FORM OF PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES...SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS...AND STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS
OF 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS OVER 40 MPH. BY LATE THIS AFTERNOON
SKIES HAD STARTED TO CLEAR OUT OVER WESTERN IOWA. AS A RESULT OF
THESE COOL NORTHWESTERLY WINDS...TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED THE MID
40S TO MID 50S STATEWIDE.

SEASONABLY COOL AND DRY WEATHER WILL BE THE STORY OF THE WEEK.
LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE 30S STATEWIDE UNDER CLEARING
SKIES. DAYTIME HIGHS ON TUESDAY BEING THE COOLEST OF THE
WEEK...WITH READINGS IN THE MID 40S NORTH TO LOW 60S SOUTH.
TUESDAY WILL ALSO FEATURE ANOTHER ROUND OF BRISK NORTHWESTERLY
WINDS AS THE AFOREMENTIONED LOW GRADUALLY PULLS OFF TO THE
NORTHEAST. LOWS ON TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT WILL FALL
INTO THE MID 20S NORTH TO UPPER 30S SOUTH...WHICH WILL RESULT IN
AREAS OF FROST...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE NORTH. A GRADUAL WARMING
TREND WILL SET IN FOR THE END OF THE WEEK AND THE WEEKEND WITH THE
NEXT DECENT SHOT OF PRECIPITATION NOT EXPECTED UNTIL LATE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY.

$$

KS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 201524
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-202330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1024 AM CDT MON APR 20 2015

LOW PRESSURE HAS MOVED OVER WISCONSIN...BRINGING AND END TO THE
RAIN ACROSS MOST OF THE REGION. A WIDESPREAD HALF AN INCH TO AN
INCH OF RAIN FELL ACROSS MUCH OF IOWA SUNDAY INTO MONDAY MORNING.
THE DES MOINES AIRPORT MEASURED 0.56 INCHES OF RAIN AND THE
WATERLOO AIRPORT MEASURED 0.61 INCHES OF RAIN YESTERDAY. THROUGH
THE FIRST 19 DAYS OF THE MONTH...DES MOINES HAS RECORDED ITS
SEVENTH WARMEST START TO AN APRIL. THROUGH THE COOLER WEATHER
WHICH HAS ALREADY MOVED INTO THE UPPER MIDWEST TODAY...DES MOINES
WILL BE FALLING OUT OF THE TOP 10 FOR WARMEST APRILS. THIS
MORNING...DES MOINES HAD A LOW OF 43...WHILE TEMPERATURES MADE IT
DOWN TO THE MID 30S ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA AND INTO MINNESOTA.
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE UPPER 30S
TO LOW 40S...AND IT APPEARS WE WILL BE AROUND 5 TO 10 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL FOR MUCH OF THIS WEEK. WINDS THIS MORNING HAVE BEEN
ON THE INCREASE...BLOWING FROM THE NORTHWEST AT AROUND 15 TO 25
MPH.

MUCH OF THE REGION WILL REMAIN UNDER A WIND ADVISORY FOR THIS
AFTERNOON...AS WINDS WILL PICK UP TO THE 25 TO 35 MPH RANGE WITH
GUSTS APPROACHING 45 MPH. SCATTERED CLOUDS WILL REMAIN AS THE
AFOREMENTIONED AREA OF LOW PRESSURE SPINS OVER WISCONSIN. WITH THE
CLOUDS AND COOL AIR...TEMPERATURES WILL NOT WARM MUCH PAST THE MID
40S TO LOW 50S FOR TODAY.

FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK...EXPECT COOL AIR TO REMAIN IN PLACE FOR
MUCH OF THE REGION. NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR
ARE IN THE LOW TO MID 60S...AND WE SHOULD BE ABOUT 5 TO 10 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS WEEK. THE NEXT BEST CHANCE OF WIDESPREAD
PRECIPITATION WILL BE ON SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY AS ANOTHER AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE NEARS THE MIDWEST.

$$

KOTENBERG





000
AWUS83 KDMX 201014
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-201815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
514 AM CDT MON APR 20 2015

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE WEST AND OVERCAST IN
THE EAST. A LARGE AREA OF RAIN CONTINUED TO LIFT NORTHEAST ACROSS
EASTERN IOWA. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES HAD FALLEN INTO THE 30S
AND 40S ACROSS THE STATE. WINDS WERE STRONG FROM THE NORTHWEST AT
15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 35 MPH IN LOCATIONS.

A LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL AFFECT THE REGION FOR THE
BEGINNING OF THE WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL BE MUCH COOLER...WITH
HIGHS IN THE 40S AND 50S THROUGH WEDNESDAY...THOUGH LOCATIONS IN
THE SOUTH WILL SEE SLIGHTLY WARMER CONDITIONS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL
BE COLD AS WELL...WITH TEMPERATURES DROPPING INTO THE 30S.
TEMPERATURES IN THE NORTH MAY DROP BELOW FREEZING AT TIMES THROUGH
THE WEEK. ALONG WITH COLDER TEMPERATURES...WINDS WILL BE STRONG
FROM THE NORTHWEST MONDAY AND TUESDAY. BESIDES SCATTERED SHOWERS
OVER PORTIONS OF THE REGION MONDAY AND TUESDAY...THE FORECAST FOR
THE WORK WEEK IS DRY.


$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 201014
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-201815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
514 AM CDT MON APR 20 2015

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE WEST AND OVERCAST IN
THE EAST. A LARGE AREA OF RAIN CONTINUED TO LIFT NORTHEAST ACROSS
EASTERN IOWA. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES HAD FALLEN INTO THE 30S
AND 40S ACROSS THE STATE. WINDS WERE STRONG FROM THE NORTHWEST AT
15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 35 MPH IN LOCATIONS.

A LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL AFFECT THE REGION FOR THE
BEGINNING OF THE WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL BE MUCH COOLER...WITH
HIGHS IN THE 40S AND 50S THROUGH WEDNESDAY...THOUGH LOCATIONS IN
THE SOUTH WILL SEE SLIGHTLY WARMER CONDITIONS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL
BE COLD AS WELL...WITH TEMPERATURES DROPPING INTO THE 30S.
TEMPERATURES IN THE NORTH MAY DROP BELOW FREEZING AT TIMES THROUGH
THE WEEK. ALONG WITH COLDER TEMPERATURES...WINDS WILL BE STRONG
FROM THE NORTHWEST MONDAY AND TUESDAY. BESIDES SCATTERED SHOWERS
OVER PORTIONS OF THE REGION MONDAY AND TUESDAY...THE FORECAST FOR
THE WORK WEEK IS DRY.


$$





000
AWUS83 KDMX 192221
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-200630-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
521 PM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS
THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. WIDESPREAD RAIN AND
THUNDERSTORMS OVERSPREAD CENTRAL AND WESTERN IOWA AS THIS LOW
PASSED THROUGH...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS FORMING OVER
EASTERN IOWA. THE HEAVIEST RAIN THIS AFTERNOON HAD FALLEN OVER
SOUTH CENTRAL IOWA WHERE UP TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH HAD BEEN
REPORTED. A COLD FRONT WAS ALSO PROGRESSING SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH
IOWA ON THE HEELS OF THIS LOW. TEMPERATURES AHEAD OF THE FRONT
ROSE INTO THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S FOR HIGHS...WHILE BEHIND THE
FRONT READINGS WERE ONLY IN THE UPPER 40S TO LOW 50S. WINDS
LIKEWISE WERE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AHEAD OF THE FRONT...BUT FROM THE
NORTHWEST AT 20 TO 30 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS BEHIND THE BOUNDARY.

THE COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO SLIDE SOUTHEASTWARD THIS EVENING
AND OVERNIGHT...WITH THE RAIN ALSO COMING TO AN END FROM WEST TO
EAST TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE UPPER 30S WEST TO
UPPER 40S EAST WITH A STIFF NORTHWEST WIND OF 15 TO 20 MPH. MONDAY
WILL FEATURE CONTINUED STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 20 TO 30 MPH
AND TEMPERATURES ONLY RISING INTO THE 50S FOR HIGHS. SIMILAR HIGH
TEMPERATURES ARE ON TAP FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK WITH
LOWS FALLING INTO THE UPPER 20S TO LOW 30S FOR MIDWEEK. BESIDES
SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS OVER NORTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION
MONDAY AND TUESDAY...THE FORECAST FOR THE WORK WEEK IS DRY.

$$

KS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 192221
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-200630-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
521 PM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS
THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. WIDESPREAD RAIN AND
THUNDERSTORMS OVERSPREAD CENTRAL AND WESTERN IOWA AS THIS LOW
PASSED THROUGH...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS FORMING OVER
EASTERN IOWA. THE HEAVIEST RAIN THIS AFTERNOON HAD FALLEN OVER
SOUTH CENTRAL IOWA WHERE UP TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH HAD BEEN
REPORTED. A COLD FRONT WAS ALSO PROGRESSING SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH
IOWA ON THE HEELS OF THIS LOW. TEMPERATURES AHEAD OF THE FRONT
ROSE INTO THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S FOR HIGHS...WHILE BEHIND THE
FRONT READINGS WERE ONLY IN THE UPPER 40S TO LOW 50S. WINDS
LIKEWISE WERE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AHEAD OF THE FRONT...BUT FROM THE
NORTHWEST AT 20 TO 30 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS BEHIND THE BOUNDARY.

THE COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO SLIDE SOUTHEASTWARD THIS EVENING
AND OVERNIGHT...WITH THE RAIN ALSO COMING TO AN END FROM WEST TO
EAST TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE UPPER 30S WEST TO
UPPER 40S EAST WITH A STIFF NORTHWEST WIND OF 15 TO 20 MPH. MONDAY
WILL FEATURE CONTINUED STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 20 TO 30 MPH
AND TEMPERATURES ONLY RISING INTO THE 50S FOR HIGHS. SIMILAR HIGH
TEMPERATURES ARE ON TAP FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK WITH
LOWS FALLING INTO THE UPPER 20S TO LOW 30S FOR MIDWEEK. BESIDES
SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS OVER NORTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION
MONDAY AND TUESDAY...THE FORECAST FOR THE WORK WEEK IS DRY.

$$

KS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 192221
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-200630-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
521 PM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS
THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. WIDESPREAD RAIN AND
THUNDERSTORMS OVERSPREAD CENTRAL AND WESTERN IOWA AS THIS LOW
PASSED THROUGH...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS FORMING OVER
EASTERN IOWA. THE HEAVIEST RAIN THIS AFTERNOON HAD FALLEN OVER
SOUTH CENTRAL IOWA WHERE UP TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH HAD BEEN
REPORTED. A COLD FRONT WAS ALSO PROGRESSING SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH
IOWA ON THE HEELS OF THIS LOW. TEMPERATURES AHEAD OF THE FRONT
ROSE INTO THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S FOR HIGHS...WHILE BEHIND THE
FRONT READINGS WERE ONLY IN THE UPPER 40S TO LOW 50S. WINDS
LIKEWISE WERE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AHEAD OF THE FRONT...BUT FROM THE
NORTHWEST AT 20 TO 30 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS BEHIND THE BOUNDARY.

THE COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO SLIDE SOUTHEASTWARD THIS EVENING
AND OVERNIGHT...WITH THE RAIN ALSO COMING TO AN END FROM WEST TO
EAST TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE UPPER 30S WEST TO
UPPER 40S EAST WITH A STIFF NORTHWEST WIND OF 15 TO 20 MPH. MONDAY
WILL FEATURE CONTINUED STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 20 TO 30 MPH
AND TEMPERATURES ONLY RISING INTO THE 50S FOR HIGHS. SIMILAR HIGH
TEMPERATURES ARE ON TAP FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK WITH
LOWS FALLING INTO THE UPPER 20S TO LOW 30S FOR MIDWEEK. BESIDES
SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS OVER NORTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION
MONDAY AND TUESDAY...THE FORECAST FOR THE WORK WEEK IS DRY.

$$

KS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 192221
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-200630-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
521 PM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS
THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY. WIDESPREAD RAIN AND
THUNDERSTORMS OVERSPREAD CENTRAL AND WESTERN IOWA AS THIS LOW
PASSED THROUGH...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS FORMING OVER
EASTERN IOWA. THE HEAVIEST RAIN THIS AFTERNOON HAD FALLEN OVER
SOUTH CENTRAL IOWA WHERE UP TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH HAD BEEN
REPORTED. A COLD FRONT WAS ALSO PROGRESSING SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH
IOWA ON THE HEELS OF THIS LOW. TEMPERATURES AHEAD OF THE FRONT
ROSE INTO THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S FOR HIGHS...WHILE BEHIND THE
FRONT READINGS WERE ONLY IN THE UPPER 40S TO LOW 50S. WINDS
LIKEWISE WERE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AHEAD OF THE FRONT...BUT FROM THE
NORTHWEST AT 20 TO 30 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS BEHIND THE BOUNDARY.

THE COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO SLIDE SOUTHEASTWARD THIS EVENING
AND OVERNIGHT...WITH THE RAIN ALSO COMING TO AN END FROM WEST TO
EAST TONIGHT. LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE UPPER 30S WEST TO
UPPER 40S EAST WITH A STIFF NORTHWEST WIND OF 15 TO 20 MPH. MONDAY
WILL FEATURE CONTINUED STRONG NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OF 20 TO 30 MPH
AND TEMPERATURES ONLY RISING INTO THE 50S FOR HIGHS. SIMILAR HIGH
TEMPERATURES ARE ON TAP FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK WITH
LOWS FALLING INTO THE UPPER 20S TO LOW 30S FOR MIDWEEK. BESIDES
SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS OVER NORTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION
MONDAY AND TUESDAY...THE FORECAST FOR THE WORK WEEK IS DRY.

$$

KS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 191542
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-192345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1042 AM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AFTER A DAY FULL OF SHOWERS AND STORMS ACROSS MUCH OF THE
STATE YESTERDAY...THIS MORNING WAS GENERALLY OVERCAST ACROSS THE
STATE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS VARIED QUITE A BIT STATE WIDE WITH AREAS
ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL IOWA RECEIVING AS MUCH AS AN INCH AND
QUARTER OR MORE OF RAIN AND AS LITTLE AS A QUARTER OF AN INCH.
MUCH OF THAT VARIATION WAS DUE TO NUMEROUS SMALL SHOWERS AND
STORMS THAT HAD A LIFETIME OF AN HOUR OR LESS BUT WERE HEAVY RAIN
PRODUCERS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE VERY MILD WITH ALL OF THE RAIN AND
MOISTURE AROUND...ONLY REACHING THE MID TO UPPER 50S IN MOST
LOCATIONS.

CURRENTLY SHOWERS ARE WORKING THEIR WAY UP FROM THE SOUTH AND ARE
EXPECTED TO INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE BEING PUSHED OFF TO THE
EAST BY AN INCOMING COLD FRONT. IN TOTAL...NEW PRECIPITATION MAY TOTAL
AROUND A QUARTER TO HALF AN INCH IN MANY LOCATIONS. THE FRONT
CURRENTLY RESIDES ACROSS NORTHWEST IOWA WHERE WINDS HAVE ALREADY
SHIFTED OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AND INCREASED TO 15 TO 20MPH. THE
FRONT WILL MAKE ITS WAY THROUGH CENTRAL IOWA THIS AFTERNOON AND
EASTERN IOWA THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.

FOR THE WORK WEEK...WHILE IT WILL BE DRY...IT WILL BE A CHILLY
ONE COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS WEEK. HIGHS THROUGHOUT WILL ONLY BE
IN THE 50S WITH SOME LOW 60S SCATTERED IN SOUTHERN IOWA. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE 30S ALL WEEK AS WELL...WITH NEAR AND BELOW FREEZING LOWS
ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA AND AS FAR SOUTH AS CENTRAL IOWA BY MID WEEK.

$$

CURTIS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 191542
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-192345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1042 AM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AFTER A DAY FULL OF SHOWERS AND STORMS ACROSS MUCH OF THE
STATE YESTERDAY...THIS MORNING WAS GENERALLY OVERCAST ACROSS THE
STATE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS VARIED QUITE A BIT STATE WIDE WITH AREAS
ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL IOWA RECEIVING AS MUCH AS AN INCH AND
QUARTER OR MORE OF RAIN AND AS LITTLE AS A QUARTER OF AN INCH.
MUCH OF THAT VARIATION WAS DUE TO NUMEROUS SMALL SHOWERS AND
STORMS THAT HAD A LIFETIME OF AN HOUR OR LESS BUT WERE HEAVY RAIN
PRODUCERS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE VERY MILD WITH ALL OF THE RAIN AND
MOISTURE AROUND...ONLY REACHING THE MID TO UPPER 50S IN MOST
LOCATIONS.

CURRENTLY SHOWERS ARE WORKING THEIR WAY UP FROM THE SOUTH AND ARE
EXPECTED TO INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE BEING PUSHED OFF TO THE
EAST BY AN INCOMING COLD FRONT. IN TOTAL...NEW PRECIPITATION MAY TOTAL
AROUND A QUARTER TO HALF AN INCH IN MANY LOCATIONS. THE FRONT
CURRENTLY RESIDES ACROSS NORTHWEST IOWA WHERE WINDS HAVE ALREADY
SHIFTED OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AND INCREASED TO 15 TO 20MPH. THE
FRONT WILL MAKE ITS WAY THROUGH CENTRAL IOWA THIS AFTERNOON AND
EASTERN IOWA THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.

FOR THE WORK WEEK...WHILE IT WILL BE DRY...IT WILL BE A CHILLY
ONE COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS WEEK. HIGHS THROUGHOUT WILL ONLY BE
IN THE 50S WITH SOME LOW 60S SCATTERED IN SOUTHERN IOWA. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE 30S ALL WEEK AS WELL...WITH NEAR AND BELOW FREEZING LOWS
ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA AND AS FAR SOUTH AS CENTRAL IOWA BY MID WEEK.

$$

CURTIS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 191542
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-192345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1042 AM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

AFTER A DAY FULL OF SHOWERS AND STORMS ACROSS MUCH OF THE
STATE YESTERDAY...THIS MORNING WAS GENERALLY OVERCAST ACROSS THE
STATE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS VARIED QUITE A BIT STATE WIDE WITH AREAS
ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL IOWA RECEIVING AS MUCH AS AN INCH AND
QUARTER OR MORE OF RAIN AND AS LITTLE AS A QUARTER OF AN INCH.
MUCH OF THAT VARIATION WAS DUE TO NUMEROUS SMALL SHOWERS AND
STORMS THAT HAD A LIFETIME OF AN HOUR OR LESS BUT WERE HEAVY RAIN
PRODUCERS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE VERY MILD WITH ALL OF THE RAIN AND
MOISTURE AROUND...ONLY REACHING THE MID TO UPPER 50S IN MOST
LOCATIONS.

CURRENTLY SHOWERS ARE WORKING THEIR WAY UP FROM THE SOUTH AND ARE
EXPECTED TO INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE BEING PUSHED OFF TO THE
EAST BY AN INCOMING COLD FRONT. IN TOTAL...NEW PRECIPITATION MAY TOTAL
AROUND A QUARTER TO HALF AN INCH IN MANY LOCATIONS. THE FRONT
CURRENTLY RESIDES ACROSS NORTHWEST IOWA WHERE WINDS HAVE ALREADY
SHIFTED OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AND INCREASED TO 15 TO 20MPH. THE
FRONT WILL MAKE ITS WAY THROUGH CENTRAL IOWA THIS AFTERNOON AND
EASTERN IOWA THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.

FOR THE WORK WEEK...WHILE IT WILL BE DRY...IT WILL BE A CHILLY
ONE COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS WEEK. HIGHS THROUGHOUT WILL ONLY BE
IN THE 50S WITH SOME LOW 60S SCATTERED IN SOUTHERN IOWA. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE 30S ALL WEEK AS WELL...WITH NEAR AND BELOW FREEZING LOWS
ACROSS NORTHERN IOWA AND AS FAR SOUTH AS CENTRAL IOWA BY MID WEEK.

$$

CURTIS





000
AWUS83 KDMX 190954
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-191800-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
454 AM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE OVERCAST EARLY SUNDAY MORNING WITH AREAS OF
SHOWERS ACROSS PORTIONS OF CENTRAL IOWA. WINDS WERE FROM THE EAST
TO SOUTH GENERALLY BETWEEN 5 TO 10 MPH. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES
WERE IN THE 50S ACROSS THE STATE.

SUNDAY WILL BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF PRECIPITATION TO MUCH OF THE
AREA AS A BOUNDARY PUSHES EAST. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE
GENERALLY SCATTERED THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS...BUT WILL BEGIN TO
INCREASE IN THE AFTERNOON...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND
EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION.

BEHIND THE BOUNDARY COOLER TEMPERATURES AND STRONG WINDS WILL PUSH
INTO THE REGION. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE 30S
AND 40S...THOUGH HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL ONLY REACH THE UPPER 40S
NORTH TO NEAR 60 SOUTH. COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH
THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS GENERALLY IN THE 50S AND 60S AND LOWS IN THE
30S. LOCATIONS IN THE NORTH MAY SEE OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES
DROP BELOW FREEZING AT TIMES THROUGH THE WEEK. THE NORTH AND EAST
WILL SEE ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR RAIN MONDAY AS THE SYSTEM FINALLY
DEPARTS. CONDITIONS WILL THEN GENERALLY BE DRY WITH RAIN CHANCES
RETURNING TO THE SOUTH LATE IN THE WEEK.

$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 190954
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-191800-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
454 AM CDT SUN APR 19 2015

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE OVERCAST EARLY SUNDAY MORNING WITH AREAS OF
SHOWERS ACROSS PORTIONS OF CENTRAL IOWA. WINDS WERE FROM THE EAST
TO SOUTH GENERALLY BETWEEN 5 TO 10 MPH. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES
WERE IN THE 50S ACROSS THE STATE.

SUNDAY WILL BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF PRECIPITATION TO MUCH OF THE
AREA AS A BOUNDARY PUSHES EAST. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE
GENERALLY SCATTERED THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS...BUT WILL BEGIN TO
INCREASE IN THE AFTERNOON...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND
EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION.

BEHIND THE BOUNDARY COOLER TEMPERATURES AND STRONG WINDS WILL PUSH
INTO THE REGION. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE 30S
AND 40S...THOUGH HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL ONLY REACH THE UPPER 40S
NORTH TO NEAR 60 SOUTH. COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH
THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS GENERALLY IN THE 50S AND 60S AND LOWS IN THE
30S. LOCATIONS IN THE NORTH MAY SEE OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES
DROP BELOW FREEZING AT TIMES THROUGH THE WEEK. THE NORTH AND EAST
WILL SEE ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR RAIN MONDAY AS THE SYSTEM FINALLY
DEPARTS. CONDITIONS WILL THEN GENERALLY BE DRY WITH RAIN CHANCES
RETURNING TO THE SOUTH LATE IN THE WEEK.

$$





000
AWUS83 KDMX 182331
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-190730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
631 PM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED ACROSS THE WESTERN TWO
THIRDS OF IOWA THIS AFTERNOON WITH MORE ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
STORMS OVER EASTERN IOWA. MANY LOCATIONS IN THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE STATE HAD RECEIVED ONE HALF TO ONE INCH OF BENEFICIAL
RAINFALL BY THE LATE AFTERNOON. A FEW OF THE STORMS PRODUCED
SMALL HAIL AND GUSTY WINDS. TEMPERATURES IN THE RAIN COOLED AIR
HAD FALLEN INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S WHILE OUT EAST READINGS WERE
STILL IN THE LOW TO MID 70S. WINDS WERE VARIABLE AT 10 TO 15 MPH
ACROSS THE STATE.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL PERSIST THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT
HOURS...GRADUALLY SHIFTING EASTWARD AS THE NIGHT GOES ON. RAIN
WILL REDEVELOP FOR THE DAY ON SUNDAY WITH ANOTHER HALF INCH OR
MORE OF RAINFALL POSSIBLE. LOWS TONIGHT WILL REMAIN IN THE 50S
STATEWIDE BUT ONLY REACH THE UPPER 50S WEST TO UPPER 60S EAST FOR
HIGHS ON SUNDAY. THE WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL PULL OUT EARLY MONDAY
MORNING WITH COLDER AIR SPILLING IN FOR MUCH OF NEXT WEEK. HIGHS
ON MONDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S NORTH TO 50S SOUTH...WITH A SLIGHT
REBOUND INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.
LOWS WILL FALL INTO THE 30S AND 40S.

$$





000
AWUS83 KDMX 182331
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-190730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
631 PM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED ACROSS THE WESTERN TWO
THIRDS OF IOWA THIS AFTERNOON WITH MORE ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
STORMS OVER EASTERN IOWA. MANY LOCATIONS IN THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE STATE HAD RECEIVED ONE HALF TO ONE INCH OF BENEFICIAL
RAINFALL BY THE LATE AFTERNOON. A FEW OF THE STORMS PRODUCED
SMALL HAIL AND GUSTY WINDS. TEMPERATURES IN THE RAIN COOLED AIR
HAD FALLEN INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S WHILE OUT EAST READINGS WERE
STILL IN THE LOW TO MID 70S. WINDS WERE VARIABLE AT 10 TO 15 MPH
ACROSS THE STATE.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL PERSIST THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT
HOURS...GRADUALLY SHIFTING EASTWARD AS THE NIGHT GOES ON. RAIN
WILL REDEVELOP FOR THE DAY ON SUNDAY WITH ANOTHER HALF INCH OR
MORE OF RAINFALL POSSIBLE. LOWS TONIGHT WILL REMAIN IN THE 50S
STATEWIDE BUT ONLY REACH THE UPPER 50S WEST TO UPPER 60S EAST FOR
HIGHS ON SUNDAY. THE WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL PULL OUT EARLY MONDAY
MORNING WITH COLDER AIR SPILLING IN FOR MUCH OF NEXT WEEK. HIGHS
ON MONDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S NORTH TO 50S SOUTH...WITH A SLIGHT
REBOUND INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.
LOWS WILL FALL INTO THE 30S AND 40S.

$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 182331
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-190730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
631 PM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED ACROSS THE WESTERN TWO
THIRDS OF IOWA THIS AFTERNOON WITH MORE ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
STORMS OVER EASTERN IOWA. MANY LOCATIONS IN THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE STATE HAD RECEIVED ONE HALF TO ONE INCH OF BENEFICIAL
RAINFALL BY THE LATE AFTERNOON. A FEW OF THE STORMS PRODUCED
SMALL HAIL AND GUSTY WINDS. TEMPERATURES IN THE RAIN COOLED AIR
HAD FALLEN INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S WHILE OUT EAST READINGS WERE
STILL IN THE LOW TO MID 70S. WINDS WERE VARIABLE AT 10 TO 15 MPH
ACROSS THE STATE.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL PERSIST THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT
HOURS...GRADUALLY SHIFTING EASTWARD AS THE NIGHT GOES ON. RAIN
WILL REDEVELOP FOR THE DAY ON SUNDAY WITH ANOTHER HALF INCH OR
MORE OF RAINFALL POSSIBLE. LOWS TONIGHT WILL REMAIN IN THE 50S
STATEWIDE BUT ONLY REACH THE UPPER 50S WEST TO UPPER 60S EAST FOR
HIGHS ON SUNDAY. THE WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL PULL OUT EARLY MONDAY
MORNING WITH COLDER AIR SPILLING IN FOR MUCH OF NEXT WEEK. HIGHS
ON MONDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S NORTH TO 50S SOUTH...WITH A SLIGHT
REBOUND INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.
LOWS WILL FALL INTO THE 30S AND 40S.

$$





000
AWUS83 KDMX 182331
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-190730-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
631 PM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED ACROSS THE WESTERN TWO
THIRDS OF IOWA THIS AFTERNOON WITH MORE ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
STORMS OVER EASTERN IOWA. MANY LOCATIONS IN THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE STATE HAD RECEIVED ONE HALF TO ONE INCH OF BENEFICIAL
RAINFALL BY THE LATE AFTERNOON. A FEW OF THE STORMS PRODUCED
SMALL HAIL AND GUSTY WINDS. TEMPERATURES IN THE RAIN COOLED AIR
HAD FALLEN INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S WHILE OUT EAST READINGS WERE
STILL IN THE LOW TO MID 70S. WINDS WERE VARIABLE AT 10 TO 15 MPH
ACROSS THE STATE.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL PERSIST THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT
HOURS...GRADUALLY SHIFTING EASTWARD AS THE NIGHT GOES ON. RAIN
WILL REDEVELOP FOR THE DAY ON SUNDAY WITH ANOTHER HALF INCH OR
MORE OF RAINFALL POSSIBLE. LOWS TONIGHT WILL REMAIN IN THE 50S
STATEWIDE BUT ONLY REACH THE UPPER 50S WEST TO UPPER 60S EAST FOR
HIGHS ON SUNDAY. THE WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL PULL OUT EARLY MONDAY
MORNING WITH COLDER AIR SPILLING IN FOR MUCH OF NEXT WEEK. HIGHS
ON MONDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S NORTH TO 50S SOUTH...WITH A SLIGHT
REBOUND INTO THE 50S TO LOW 60S FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.
LOWS WILL FALL INTO THE 30S AND 40S.

$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 181554
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-190000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1054 AM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

YESTERDAY WAS EASILY A TOP 10 DAY FOR MUCH OF THE STATE WITH HIGHS
INTO THE MID TO UPPER 70S...MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES...LOW DEW POINTS
AND LIGHT TO CALM WINDS. ALL OF THAT BEGAN TO CHANGE OVERNIGHT
WITH A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVING OFF THE ROCKIES AND INTO THE
PLAINS. LOWS OVERNIGHT WERE MILD IN THE 50S AND WINDS PICKED UP A
BIT OUT OF THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 10MPH BY MID MORNING.

WITH THE SYSTEM MOVING INTO THE PLAINS...RAIN GREETED MANY IN
WESTERN IOWA OVERNIGHT AND SO FAR THIS MORNING. FOR THE REST OF
TODAY...A LINE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL CONTINUE TO SLOWLY MOVE
EASTWARD ACROSS THE STATE TODAY AND TONIGHT...DROPPING AROUND A
QUARTER TO HALF INCH OF RAIN IN MOST LOCATIONS WITH MORE EXPECTED
NEAR THUNDERSTORMS. AHEAD OF THE MAIN LINE WILL BE SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND STORMS POPPING UP AND MOVING NORTHWARD AS WELL.

SUNDAY WILL SEE A SHORT REPRIEVE FROM THE RAIN BEFORE MORE
DEVELOPING IN THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON HOURS. ANOTHER QUARTER TO
HALF INCH OF RAIN CAN BE EXPECTED FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN IOWA
DURING THE DAY AND EVENING. TEMPERATURES BOTH SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
WILL REMAIN PLEASANT IN THE 70S SATURDAY AND 60S SUNDAY...BEFORE A
DROP INTO THE 50S FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. LOWS TO
BEGIN THE WEEK WILL BE COLD AS WELL...WITH LOW 30S EXPECTED ACROSS
THE NORTHERN HALF OF IOWA AND MID TO UPPER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHERN
HALF.

$$

CURTIS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 181554
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-190000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1054 AM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

YESTERDAY WAS EASILY A TOP 10 DAY FOR MUCH OF THE STATE WITH HIGHS
INTO THE MID TO UPPER 70S...MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES...LOW DEW POINTS
AND LIGHT TO CALM WINDS. ALL OF THAT BEGAN TO CHANGE OVERNIGHT
WITH A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVING OFF THE ROCKIES AND INTO THE
PLAINS. LOWS OVERNIGHT WERE MILD IN THE 50S AND WINDS PICKED UP A
BIT OUT OF THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 10MPH BY MID MORNING.

WITH THE SYSTEM MOVING INTO THE PLAINS...RAIN GREETED MANY IN
WESTERN IOWA OVERNIGHT AND SO FAR THIS MORNING. FOR THE REST OF
TODAY...A LINE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL CONTINUE TO SLOWLY MOVE
EASTWARD ACROSS THE STATE TODAY AND TONIGHT...DROPPING AROUND A
QUARTER TO HALF INCH OF RAIN IN MOST LOCATIONS WITH MORE EXPECTED
NEAR THUNDERSTORMS. AHEAD OF THE MAIN LINE WILL BE SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND STORMS POPPING UP AND MOVING NORTHWARD AS WELL.

SUNDAY WILL SEE A SHORT REPRIEVE FROM THE RAIN BEFORE MORE
DEVELOPING IN THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON HOURS. ANOTHER QUARTER TO
HALF INCH OF RAIN CAN BE EXPECTED FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN IOWA
DURING THE DAY AND EVENING. TEMPERATURES BOTH SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
WILL REMAIN PLEASANT IN THE 70S SATURDAY AND 60S SUNDAY...BEFORE A
DROP INTO THE 50S FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. LOWS TO
BEGIN THE WEEK WILL BE COLD AS WELL...WITH LOW 30S EXPECTED ACROSS
THE NORTHERN HALF OF IOWA AND MID TO UPPER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHERN
HALF.

$$

CURTIS




000
AWUS83 KDMX 181004
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-181815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
504 AM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS
SATURDAY. A FEW LOCATIONS IN CENTRAL IOWA EXPERIENCED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS. WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE NORTHEAST TO
SOUTHEAST BETWEEN 5 TO 10 MPH. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES HAD
COOLED INTO THE 50S AND 60S ACROSS THE STATE.

A LARGE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL PUSH EAST FROM COLORADO
THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY. THIS WILL SPREAD CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA...BEGINNING IN THE LATE MORNING AND
EARLY AFTERNOON HOURS. PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL INCREASE FROM
SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST AND WILL PERSIST THROUGH SUNDAY. STORMS MAY
BE STRONG AT TIMES...THOUGH THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER IS LOW.
NEW RAINFALL AMOUNTS THROUGH THE WEEKEND WILL BE AROUND AN INCH
THOUGH HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH THUNDERSTORMS.
PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL RETURN TO THE NORTH AND EAST MONDAY AND
MONDAY NIGHT...AS THE LOW DEPARTS.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARM AGAIN SATURDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE MID
60S NORTHWEST TO MID 70S SOUTHEAST. HOWEVER...COOLER TEMPERATURES
WILL COME FOR SUNDAY AND EARLY NEXT WEEK. HIGHS MONDAY WILL BE IN
THE UPPER 40S NORTH TO NEAR 60 IN THE SOUTH. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL COOL INTO THE 30S. COOLER AND BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH THE WEEK...WITH THE NEXT CHANCE
FOR PRECIPITATION COMING LATE IN THE WEEK.


$$




000
AWUS83 KDMX 181004
RWSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-181815-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
504 AM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

SKIES ACROSS IOWA WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS
SATURDAY. A FEW LOCATIONS IN CENTRAL IOWA EXPERIENCED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS. WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE NORTHEAST TO
SOUTHEAST BETWEEN 5 TO 10 MPH. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES HAD
COOLED INTO THE 50S AND 60S ACROSS THE STATE.

A LARGE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL PUSH EAST FROM COLORADO
THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY. THIS WILL SPREAD CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA...BEGINNING IN THE LATE MORNING AND
EARLY AFTERNOON HOURS. PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL INCREASE FROM
SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST AND WILL PERSIST THROUGH SUNDAY. STORMS MAY
BE STRONG AT TIMES...THOUGH THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER IS LOW.
NEW RAINFALL AMOUNTS THROUGH THE WEEKEND WILL BE AROUND AN INCH
THOUGH HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH THUNDERSTORMS.
PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL RETURN TO THE NORTH AND EAST MONDAY AND
MONDAY NIGHT...AS THE LOW DEPARTS.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARM AGAIN SATURDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE MID
60S NORTHWEST TO MID 70S SOUTHEAST. HOWEVER...COOLER TEMPERATURES
WILL COME FOR SUNDAY AND EARLY NEXT WEEK. HIGHS MONDAY WILL BE IN
THE UPPER 40S NORTH TO NEAR 60 IN THE SOUTH. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL COOL INTO THE 30S. COOLER AND BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH THE WEEK...WITH THE NEXT CHANCE
FOR PRECIPITATION COMING LATE IN THE WEEK.


$$





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