A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for much of Iowa

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for much of Iowa

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for western Lucas County, northeast Decatur County, northwestern Wayne County, Clark County and southeast Warren County until 11:15 p.m. Interactive Radar | Weather Advisories A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for much of Iowa until midnight. More storms are expected to head into Sunday evening. Large hail and damaging winds are expected. As we head into tonight, our main focus is on the potential for severe storms. Some storms have already formed during the morning and afternoon, but the most widespread activity is expected to head into this evening. Multiple boundaries are aligned west to east across the southern half of Iowa, left by previous storms. These boundaries will be areas to watch for further storm development in the next few hours. Storms are expected to touch down in central/western Iowa from 5 to 7 p.m., then spread across the state. The tornado threat is not the highest, but there is still the possibility of one or two if one of the storms forms in the early evening along the border where the winds line up just right. Otherwise, most of these storms will be hail-producing, thanks to all the heat and moisture we’ve accumulated today. Once we head towards 9-10pm, the risk of damaging winds increases. Some storms will gather into larger groups capable of strong, straight gusts, plus more storms will move in from Nebraska. Overall, central Iowa will likely not be free of strong storms until 1-2 a.m. But the next work week starts off well! Residual clouds will be present early Monday, but will slowly dissipate in the afternoon. Temperatures will rise to the upper 70s, and winds will be light. Active weather will not appear again until mid-week onwards. Iowa Weather Forecast: Severe storms possible through 2 a.m. Monday, dry, nice to start the work week, possible return of rain later this week Iowa Weather Forecast: Sunday Night: Storms possible. Some become severe. The main threats will be straight winds and large hail. Low 59F. Winds northwest at 10 to 15 mph. Monday: Some early clouds, then clear skies during the day. High near 78F. Winds are northerly, ranging in speed from 5 to 10 knots per hour. Monday Night: Partly cloudy. Low 54 Fahrenheit. Winds are northeasterly at 5 to 10 knots.

The National Meteorological Directorate issued a Severe thunderstorm warning For western Lucas County, northeast Decatur County, northwest Wayne County, Clark County and southeast Warren County as of 11:15 p.m.

Interactive Radar | Weather alerts

Severe thunderstorm watch It was issued in most of Iowa until midnight.

More storms are expected to head into Sunday evening. Large hail and damaging winds are expected.

As we head into tonight, our main focus is on the potential for severe storms.

Some storms have already formed during the morning and afternoon, but the most widespread activity is expected to head into this evening. Multiple boundaries are aligned west to east across the southern half of Iowa, left by previous storms. These boundaries will be areas to watch for further storm development in the next few hours.

Storms are expected to touch down in central/western Iowa from 5 to 7 p.m., then spread across the state. The tornado threat is not the highest, but there is still the possibility of one or two if one of the storms forms in the early evening along the border where the winds line up just right. Otherwise, most of these storms will be hail-producing, thanks to all the heat and moisture we’ve accumulated today.

Once we head towards 9-10pm, the risk of damaging winds increases. Some storms will gather into larger groups capable of strong, straight gusts, plus more storms will move in from Nebraska. Overall, central Iowa will likely not be free of strong storms until 1-2 a.m.

But the next work week starts off well! Residual clouds will be present early Monday, but will slowly dissipate in the afternoon. Temperatures will rise to the upper 70s, and winds will be light. Active weather will not appear again until mid-week onwards.

Iowa weather forecast:

  • Severe storms possible until 2 a.m. Monday
  • Dry and fun to start the work week
  • Rain likely to return later this week

Iowa weather forecast:

Sunday night: Storms likely. Some become severe. The main threats will be straight winds and large hail. Low 59F. Winds are northwesterly at 10 to 15 knots.

Monday: Some clouds early, then clear skies during the day. High near 78F. Winds are northerly, 5 to 10 knots.

Monday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 54 Fahrenheit. Winds are northeasterly at 5 to 10 knots.

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