The sunny and warm start to February continues

The sunny and warm start to February continues

Temperatures in Des Moines fell just 2 degrees below the warmest temperature on record on February 1 on Thursday. Interactive Radar | WEATHER ALERTS We've reached 58 degrees, behind only 60 degrees in 2012 — nearly 30 degrees above the February 1 normal of 32 degrees. More clouds will move in overnight in preparation for a mostly cloudy end to the work week. East winds will blow from the east, bringing temperatures down slightly over the Midwest. Highs will return to the upper 40s and near 50 degrees on Friday. Saturday will bring a chance of rain while cloud cover remains. The best chance for rain will be on the western and southwestern edge of the state as an area with low pressure tracks nearby. Winds will be stronger Saturday from the east as low pressure moves to the southeast. There are no other chances of significant rain during this forecast period. The clouds will slowly break in on Sunday resulting in a sunny start to the new week. Highs will remain around 50 with lows returning to the freezing point. Clouds are expected to return again mid to late next week as rain chances decline. Iowa weather forecast tonight: Some clouds from time to time. Low 36 Fahrenheit. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny. Height 48F. Winds NE about 10 mph. Tomorrow night: Partly cloudy. Low near 38F. Winds east at 10 to 15 mph. Saturday: Partly cloudy. High around 51F. Winds are east at 10 to 20 mph. Saturday night: Partly cloudy. Low 35 Fahrenheit. Winds are easterly at a speed of 10 to 15 knots per hour.

Temperatures in Des Moines fell just 2 degrees below the warmest temperature on record on February 1 on Thursday.

Interactive Radar | Weather alerts

We reached 58 degrees, the highest since 60 degrees in 2012, nearly 30 degrees above the February 1 normal of 32 degrees.

More clouds will move in overnight in preparation for a mostly cloudy end to the work week. Winds will blow from the east, bringing temperatures down a bit over the Midwest.

Highs will return to the upper 40s and near 50 on Friday.

On Saturday there will be a chance of rain while cloud cover remains.

The best chance for rain will be on the western and southwestern edge of the state as an area close to low pressure tracks. The winds will be stronger on Saturday from the east, with the low moving towards the southeast.

There are no other significant chances of rainfall during this forecast period. The clouds will slowly break in on Sunday making for a sunny start to the new week.

Highs will remain at 50 with lows returning to the freezing point. Clouds are expected to form again mid to late next week as rain chances decline.

Iowa weather forecast

Tonight: Some clouds from time to time. Low 36 Fahrenheit. Winds are easterly at speeds ranging from 10 to 15 knots.

tomorrow: Mostly sunny. Height 48F. Winds are northeast at about 10 mph.

Tomorrow night: partly cloudy. Low near 38 F. Winds are easterly at 10 to 15 knots.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High around 51F. Winds are easterly at 10 to 20 knots.

Saturday night: partly cloudy. Low 35 Fahrenheit. Winds are easterly at a speed of 10 to 15 knots per hour.

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