Severe weather will be possible across parts of central and southern Iowa Wednesday afternoon with large hail the primary threat.
Plenty of weather headlines to talk about today, from rain, snow, freezing rain, severe weather, and everything in between.
Partly cloudy skies with highs in the 60s for most of the state Tuesday; precipitation chances increase overnight.
The Roller Coaster of Weather: Above-normal temperatures through Tuesday, strong system to impact area late this week.
A gorgeous weekend is ahead with temperatures in the 70s, though with a couple rain chances. We continue to monitor a potential storm system late next week.
A plethora of headlines in our seven day: fog tonight, warmer Friday, 70s on Saturday, rainy Sunday, and the latest on a potential storm towards Thursday next week.
Rain chances continue through tomorrow for portions of the state. Temperatures return to the 70s Saturday, with another round of rain on Sunday.
Rain begins over southwest Iowa early this afternoon, becoming widespread by evening. Warmer temperatures this weekend.
Snow expected across northern Iowa tonight with minor accumulations possible. Warm and dry on Tuesday before rain moves in Wednesday afternoon; another chance late this weekend.
Warm and dry weather on Monday with temperatures in the 50s. Snow possible north of US-20 on Monday night with rain south, another round of rain Wednesday.