Heavy to Severe Storms Overnight in Iowa


A LOOATK WHAT IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW THESE THUNDERSTORMS TO CROSS THE COUNTY LINE ARE SEVERE JUST SOUTH AND WEST IN EAST MTGOMERY COUNTY EVAN MENTIONED THE NORTHERN PART OF THIS LINE IS QUITE STRONG. WE HAVE A LOT OF LIGHTNING ALONG THIS LINE AND WE WILL START NORTH THEN GO A LITTLE FURTHER SOUTH BUT FORT DODGE YOU ARE SEEING VERY HEAVY RAIN ALONG ROUTE 169. NONE OF THESE THUNDERSTORMS ARE SEVERE BECAUSE THAT THE GUST FRONT HERE IS BEYOND THE MAIN LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS WHICH WILL CUT THEM TO PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS, BUT SCRANTON YOU SEE VERY HEAVY MESO RAIN SOON THROUGH JEFFERSON A LITTLE FARTHER TOFFERSON A LITTLE FURTHER SOUTH AND THE MOSTLY WEST NOW EAST OF AUDUBON AND CONTINUING THE TOWDSAR LAKE PANORAMIC THEN FURTHER SOUTH AND WEST IS THE ATLANTIC. THIS” WHERE EVAN IS LOCATED AND THEN HERE IS WHERE THIS STORM IS SEVERE AND RHTIG NEAR RED OAK AS IT MOVES NORTH AND EAST AT ABOUT FIVE MILES AN HOUR IN THIS REGION. I AM THE MOST CCEONRNED ABOUT AND WILL TELL YOU IN JUST ONE SECOND. IT’S STARTING TO SEE A LITTLE ROTATION BUT THERE IS THE RIVAL TIMES LIST IN BIG M20INUTES 27 MINUTESN I LYMAN AS IT MOVES TOWARDS HIGHWAY 71. WE HAVE SEEN A FEW AREAS OF ROTATION CERTAINLY A CORE WINDS ARE SONTRG ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AGAIN, JUST NORTH OF THE RED OAK. THIS WOULD BE THE AARE THAT I AM CONCERNED. I ENCOURAGE IT FOR YOU AS IT MOVES TOWARDS CASS COUNTY. THIS IS THE AREA ALONG HIGHWAY 34 AND NO TORNADO WARNING BUT IT IS A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING AS WE PASS. THAT’S WHERE IT’S A BIT TO SEE THAT BOEING APPENDAGE ALONG THAT GRAIN LINE. IT’S MOVING EASTWARDS JUST ONE OF THE THINGS WE WATCH LIVE. LOOK AT OUR SKY CAM YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THIS LIGHTNING AS THESE THUNDERSTORMS OFFER THE DISTANCE 78 DEGREES CURRENT TEMPERATURE INES D MONKS TO THE WEST WE SEE RAIN COOL AIR STARTING TO MOVE BUT WDE POINTS ARE STILL LOTS QUITE HIGH. ROSTNG SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND YOU CAN SEE WEATHER WORKING GREAT IS BETWEEN 11 AM AND MIDNIGHT. IT MOVES INTO DIRE WAUKEE WEST DES MOINESES D MOINES AND EVENTUALLY INTO PLEASANT HLIL THEN ACROSS NEWNTO THEN THE LINE STARTS TO COLLAPSE BUT TO THE SOUTH WILL LIKELY SEE RAIN AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY CONTINUE INTO THE NIGHT AND THE MORNING BRINGS A WHOLE DIFFERENT SERIES OF THREATS WITH THESE MORNING STORMS. DAN FOR WATCH WHAT WE ARE EXPECTING FOR IMPACTS. LET’S PASS ON METEOROLOGIST AND CAMPOLONGO. AND OUR MAJOR THREATS HERE IN CENTRAL IOWA TONIGHT ARE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS AND A SPEED TORNADO. THIS IS NOT TO BE DEPLOYED OR THE HEAVY RAIN WILL BE CONCENTRATED. DOWN TOUR O SOUTH CLOSER TOWARDS MISSOURI AND THE IOWA BORDER THERE AS CHRIS JUST MENTIONED CK OCEUT THE RAIN TRACKER HERE AGAIN, REALLY JUST HIGHLIGHTING THAT THE HIGHEST TALSOT RAINS WILL COME SOUTH OF THE MORE CLOSED I-80 TOWAS CRDRESTON AND LAMONI PLACES LIKE OTTUMWA POTENTIALLY UNDER THE BULLSEYE AND TA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE THIS EXCESSIVE CHANCE OF RAIN TTHA HERE IN SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE STATE IN LAT TEONIGHT AND ESPECIALLY I THE MORNING HOURS TOMORROW, SO IT WILL BE SOMETHING. WE WILL KEEP AN EYE FOR TUESDAY. AT THIS TIME, THIS IS THE LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS FOLLOWING CLOSELY HERE CHRIS. AND ANNE’S TEMPERATURES TONIGHT REMAIN IN THE MID 60S WITH THESE CLOUDS, SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TOMORROW. WE ARE IN THE LOW 80S AOSCRS THE SUBWAY WHERE WE DRY WHERE IT REMAINS WET SOUTH. THIS IS IN THE 70S AND WHERE THIS COOLER AIR IS MOVING INTO THE NORTHWEST. IOWA TEMPERATURES ARE IN THE MID 70S THIS EVENING. TAKING THESE THUNDERSTORMS A FEW STRONG POTENTIALLY SE VERE 65 IS THE LOW EXPECTED TOMORROW FOR A WEEKEND HIGH IN THE LOW 80S SOME SKY SOME CLEAR. I THINK DURING THE AFTERNOON WE WILL GET TO 82 ESPECIALLY IF WE SEE SOME SUN, THERE IS YOUR EIGHT DAY FORECAST. ONCE THIS WEATHER MOVESUT O GOOD WEATHER MOVES INTO GORGEOUS END OF THE WEEK LOW HIGH HUMIDITY

Heavy to Severe Storms Overnight in Iowa

Interactive Radar | Weather AlertsOverview:Heavy to severe thunderstorms overnight. More storms along the Missouri state line tomorrow, especially during the morning. Drier, seasonal weather returns for the rest of the week. There is a severe thunderstorm watch in effect for the following counties in Iowa until 4:00 a.m.: Adair, Adams, Audubon, Black Hawk, Boone, Bremer, Butler, Cass, Cerro Gordo, Clarke, Dallas, Decatur, Franklin, Fremont, Greene, Grundy, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin Humboldt, Jasper, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska, Marion, Marshall, Montgomery, Page Polk, Poweshiek, Ringgold, History, Tama, Taylor, Union, Warren, Wayne, Webster, Winnebago, Worth, Wright Forecast: Monday evening: isolated thunderstorms during the evening. Rather cloudy skies after midnight. Low 66F. SSW winds blowing 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 30%. Stronger wind gusts possible. Tuesday: partly cloudy sky. High 82F. WSW winds blowing 10 to 15 mph. Tuesday evening: Mainly clear early then a few clouds later. Low around 55F. NNW winds at 5 to 10 mph. Summary: Thunderstorms will be widespread this evening and overnight. All severe weather modes will be possible. The border will slow in southern parts of Iowa, which could keep the chance of showers and thunderstorms into Tuesday along the Missouri state line. We may also see an increased threat of flooding in these areas. Calmer weather for the rest of the week. Maybe a few thunderstorms by Saturday followed by more unstable weather early next week. Temperatures will be closer to average.

Interactive Radar | Weather alerts

Insight:

  • Heavy to severe thunderstorms overnight.
  • More storms along the Missouri state line tomorrow, especially during the morning.
  • Drier, seasonal weather returns for the rest of the week.

A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for the following counties in Iowa until 4:00 a.m.:

Adair, Adams, Audubon, Black Hawk, Boone, Bremer, Butler, Cass, Cerro Gordo, Clarke, Dallas, Decatur, Franklin, Fremont, Greene, Grundy, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin Humboldt, Jasper, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska , Marion, Marshall, Montgomery, Page Polk, Poweshiek, Ringgold, Story, Tama, Taylor, Union, Warren, Wayne, Webster, Winnebago, Worth, Wright

Provide:

Monday evening: Isolated thunderstorms in the evening. Rather cloudy skies after midnight. Low 66F. SSW winds blowing 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 30%. Stronger gusts of wind possible.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy sky. High 82F. WSW winds blowing 10 to 15 mph.

Tuesday evening: Mainly clear early then a few clouds later. Low around 55F. NNW winds at 5 to 10 mph.

Summary:

Thunderstorms will be widespread this evening and overnight. All severe weather modes will be possible. The border will slow in southern parts of Iowa, which could keep the chance of showers and thunderstorms into Tuesday along the Missouri state line. We may also see an increased threat of flooding in these areas.

Calmer weather for the rest of the week. Maybe a few thunderstorms by Saturday followed by more unstable weather early next week. Temperatures will be closer to average.


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