Strong to severe storms with heavy rain and strong winds will cross the state this morning.
We’ll see a break in the rain through mid-day but more storms look to fire up along a cold front by afternoon. The first storms look to develop in central Iowa around 4 PM this afternoon with further development throughout the evening. A few of these storms may produce hail and tornadoes through early evening. Most of these storms are expected to be over southern Iowa after sunset tonight with clearing conditions after midnight. There will be another lull in the action early Thursday, but a third round of storms and heavy rain is forecast to move through Thursday night with severe weather once again possible, particularly south of I-80.
The weekend will be drier with more sun and temperatures in the 80s.
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