781  
AWUS83 KDMX 220936  
RWSDMX  
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-  
092>097-221600-  
 
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR IOWA  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA  
436 AM CDT FRI SEP 22 2017  
 
ISOLATED SHOWERS DEVELOPED OVER THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF IOWA EARLY  
THIS MORNING, BUT THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE STATE WAS DRY WITH MOSTLY  
CLEAR SKIES. TEMPERATURES WERE QUITE WARM FOR LATE SEPTEMBER WITH  
EARLY MORNING READINGS CLOSE TO WHAT HIGHS TYPICALLY ARE THIS TIME OF  
YEAR. TEMPERATURES HEADING TOWARD DAYBREAK WERE GENERALLY IN THE 70S,  
OVER 20 DEGREES WARMER THAN THIS TIME YESTERDAY IN SOME LOCATIONS.  
THESE WARM READINGS WERE FUELED BY SOUTH WINDS GENERALLY FROM 10 TO 15  
MPH.  
 
LITTLE CHANGE IN THE WEATHER IS ANTICIPATED THROUGH THE WEEKEND. IT  
WILL REMAIN WARM AND HUMID ACROSS THE REGION WITH LITTLE IN THE WAY OF  
PRECIPITATION. HIGHS WILL OFTEN BE IN THE 80S OR LOWER 90S WITH MUGGY  
CONDITIONS BOOSTING HEAT INDICES SEVERAL DEGREES ABOVE THE ACTUAL  
TEMPERATURE, ESPECIALLY TODAY WHEN THE HEAT INDEX MAY APPROACH OR  
REACH 100F THROUGH THE IMMEDIATE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY. CHANCES FOR  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL RETURN AROUND MONDAY HOWEVER AND BE  
FOLLOWED BY COOLER, LESS HUMID CONDITIONS INTO TUESDAY WITH READINGS  
MUCH MORE TYPICAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.  
 

 
 
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