Rain continues to move northeast across northeast Iowa early this afternoon. There is a risk for storms later today with the best chance between 6-11 pm. If any of those storms develop a few of them could become severe. The primary threat is large hail and damaging winds. There is a low threat of tornadoes and flash flooding.
Once the storms track out of the area the wind increases from south and southwest overnight with gusts to 30 mph. It remains windy all day Thursday with the wind diminishing Thursday night. Thursday morning starts out with a mostly cloudy and by the afternoon it is mostly sunny. High temperatures are in the low 50s north and low 60s south
The next few days are quiet with a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky each day. Highs are in the upper 50s and low 60s through Saturday and then jump into the mid 60s Sunday into early next week.
The next chance of rain is Tuesday with a few storms possible Wednesday.
This post was written by Schnack on April 19, 2017