We are tracking the potential for more severe storms tomorrow…particularly Wednesday night. A stray shower is possible this afternoon/evening otherwise a lot of sunshine continues.
There is a chance for a few showers/storms to move into eastern Iowa, south of Cedar Rapids, late tonight into early Wednesday morning. A few showers or a stray storm are possible in the afternoon. At this point, these storms don’t appear to be severe.
The best chance of storms and severe weather will be Wednesday night. Right now the timing for the severe storms would be between 7 pm and 3 AM. Large hail, damaging wind and heavy rain would be the primary threat. Isolated tornadoes are possible, but chances are low.
Here is the Storm Prediction Center Outlook for Wednesday/Wednesday night.
As mentioned above, some of these storms will have the potential to drop some heavy rain in a short period of time. Here is the rain potential through Thursday evening.
Due to the heavy rain possible south of Highway 20 with these storms, there is a FLASH FLOOD WATCH in effect Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning.
Posted under Severe Weather, Update
This post was written by Schnack on June 23, 2015