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Get ready for a soggy weather pattern starting early tomorrow morning into Thursday. An upper-level low tracks into the Central Plains and Midwest bringing heavy rainfall, severe weather, and even winter weather. We'll likely be too warm for snow and too cold for severe weather. Highs tomorrow will only be in the low to mid 40s with the cold rain and windy conditions. The main batch will move in by tomorrow morning with the leading edge, and rain will continue to fall all day long. Drier air moves in with scattered showers by Wednesday night and Thursday. At least an inch of rain is possible, with other locations receiving even more. However, the heaviest rain will fall in eastern Iowa and Illinois. Rain moves out by Thursday with drier conditions and warmer temperatures. Highs will climb into the 60s with sunshine on Friday. Saturday and Sunday could feature isolated showers, but we'll not expecting an all-out rainy day. Upper 60s and lower 70s pop back in by early next week.
Tonight: Increasing clouds with rain by daybreak.
Lows: Around 40.
Winds: E 5-10 mph
Tomorrow: Rain likely, heavy at times.
Highs: Low 40s.
Winds: NE 15-30 mph
Tomorrow Night: Cloudy with showers.
Lows: Upper 30s.
Winds: E 5-10 mph.
- Storm Team 3: Storms turn into heavy rain tonight
- Storm Team 3: Strong storms and heavy rain possible overnight
- Storm Team 3: Heavy rain is on the way
- Storm Team 3: Heavy rain in the forecast the next week
- Storm Team 3: After heavy rain this weekend, more is on the way
- Storm Team 3: Rain ends by Thursday
- Storm Team 3: Rain ramps up tonight
- Heavy rain possible as temperatures will dip
- Heavy rain hits central and northwest Iowa
- Storm Team 3: Warmth returns again after the rain