A Wet Sunday, Mild Monday

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The month of November has been fairly dry for Iowa. It wasn’t until Tuesday last week, where many had their first measurable rainfall in 10+ consecutive days. However, November looks to end on a wet note, as December begins Thursday.

Rain is likely for much of the state today.

We are already seeing rain enter the state on Radar as of 1:00PM.

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The rain should start to ramp-up later in the afternoon

Here is what our model shows for around 3:00 This Afternoon

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For 5:00 PM

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And for 7:00 PM

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Rain will be light to moderate. You may also hear a few rumbles of thunder as the rain pushes through tonight, but severe weather isn’t not likely.

Rain will start to move out between 9:30 and Midnight, but a few light showers may linger into the overnight.

Temperatures will be a little cooler than yesterday with high’s in the upper 40’s to low 50’s.

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Temperatures are expected to bounce back tomorrow, with high’s back in the 50’s for most.

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40’s and 50’s will be scene Tuesday, but will drop later in the day.

The remainder of the week will be in the mid 30’s to low 40’s.

Keep checking Iowa Weather Network at iawx.net, for all the latest updates.

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