Storms still possible in parts of Iowa tonight

Yes, a lot of storms. Todd, luckily *** many of them didn’t form until they *** moved a little further east into far eastern Iowa and in fact now parts of northeastern Missouri you see *** full of lightning The burden is basically in the northeast corner of Missouri. So if you’re headed to southeast Iowa and you’re looking in that direction, you’re probably seeing glitter in those lots far away. The good news is that they are going away. Another group of storms is moving east from Iowa City, toward four cities along the Mississippi River. The good news is that much of central Iowa is fairly quiet. We have a little storm that’s going on now, well it started about an hour ago toward Madison County now it’s basically moving along the county lines of Warren County and then into Clark and Lucas counties South is closed. So it would be east of New Virginia, south and west of Milo West of Laconia basically just south of Highway 69 where it splits from Highway 65 south of Indianola, heading east. Just some lightning, just some thunder, just s*** a little heavy rain. Otherwise nothing else is going on across the state. That yellow box though still shows you the s*** tornado watch that’s out for this evening. I think the tornado threat is going down right now, 77 degrees still high in Des Moines, we still have a lot of moisture in the air, the wind is out north and east. Now it is not very conducive to making a hurricane. So I would expect that the northern and western sides of this watch in particular would be shaved off before too long that technically still goes past midnight. The serious risk has shifted here to the south and east where you see those yellow and especially tan colors. There’s still some tornado risk in the southeast of Iowa, but I think it’s still s*** sailors along Missouri toward the state line and even east toward the Mississippi River There could be pairings that are going through an overnight deadline. This cold front in the setup has now moved to the south. So if you’re on the north side of the front, the risk of tornadoes isn’t too high, the high pressure is going to eventually come through the state tomorrow and bring us s*** a whole lot more comfortable wind. So there’s still *** chance for two night storms that basically generate southern Iowa, specifically southeast Iowa toward Bloomfield, where we already had tornado near, Centerville In Circle and Missouri and then finally by the time we move on to after midnight, there’s a lot we should be doing by the time the sun comes out tomorrow morning. You’re looking at that sunshine and then on Monday a good amount of sunshine and a good amount of heat also returns throughout the day. Widespread in the eighties, maybe *** some in northeast Iowa in the seventies, but most of central Iowa is about to return to summer conditions, especially in the next few days. There will still be *** two strong, strong storms, primarily a threat of hail as we head into southeast Iowa primarily tonight. Yesterday. There is no danger of anything other than hot air. *** No rain 85 for high with lots of blue skies. Look at Tuesday’s high, it’s quite a high, 93. In fact, it will set a s*** new record here in Des Moines. If it works towards passing through here on Tuesday night, then on Tuesday night, it will leave us back in fall mode for the rest of the week, with only reaching the equinox on Thursday. Next chance of rain, if you don’t miss it, today it will come on Wednesday and again on Friday

Thunderstorms possible tonight in parts of Iowa

A Tornado Watch has been issued until midnight for 26 counties in central and southeast Iowa: Adair, Adams, Apanos, Boone, Clark, Dallas, Davis, Decatur, Guthrie, Jasper, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska, Marion, Marshall, Monroe, Polk, Powesick, Ringgold, Story, Tama, Taylor, Union, Wapelo, Warren, WeatherWeather Outlook: Severe storms possible in southern/southeast Iowa tonight. Haola is the biggest threat, followed by tornado/damaging winds. , There may also be strong thunderstorms at some places. low 62F. Winds are light and variable. Monday: Sunny skies. High around 85F. Winds esse at 5 to 10 mph. Monday Night: Mostly Clear. Low around 70F. Winds at 5 to 10 mph sse. Weather Summary: Severe Threat Tonight: Another round of hurricanes is still likely to form in south-central Iowa this evening and travel east through the night. Like last night, hail will be at greatest risk, with hailstones up to 2″ in diameter in the southeastern quadrant of the state. Tornadoes and damaging winds will be secondary threats, southeast of a line from Centerville to Otumwa For Iowa City. Strongest storms will move toward the Mississippi River tonight 10-11 p.m., but some other cells may continue into southern Iowa until midnight. Week ahead: Dry, sunny weather Back for Monday Comes, the Tuesday before the heat rises. Right now, we’re looking at the 90s for a Tuesday afternoon high. The current record high for Sept. 20 in Des Moines is 92 degrees in 1931. A cold front temperature Tuesday night Will crash back into the 60s/lows the rest of the week in the 70s. Rain is possible on Wednesday and Friday this week.

A tornado watch has been issued until midnight for 26 counties in central and southeast Iowa:

Adair, Adams, Appanoose, Boone, Clark, Dallas, Davis, Decatur, Guthrie, Jasper, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska, Marion, Marshall, Monroe, Polk, Povesick, Ringgold, Story, Tama, Taylor, Union, Wapelo, Warren Wayne

tornado watch

Weather Outlook:

  • Severe storms possible in southern/southeast Iowa tonight
  • Hail is the biggest threat, followed by tornadoes/damaging winds
  • sunshine for monday
  • 90s for Tuesday

forecast:

Sunday Night: Some passing clouds. There may also be strong thunderstorms at some places. low 62F. Winds are light and variable.

Monday: Sunny skies. High around 85F. Winds ese 5 to 10 mph.

Monday Night: Mostly clean. Low around 70F. Winds gusts of 5 to 10 mph sse.

Weather Summary:

Serious threat tonight: Another round of hurricanes is likely to form in south-central Iowa this evening and continue toward the east through the night. Like last night, hail will be at greatest risk, with hailstones up to 2″ in diameter in the southeastern quadrant of the state. Tornadoes and damaging winds will be secondary threats, southeast of a line from Centerville to Otumwa For Iowa City. By 10-11 p.m. tonight, the strongest storms will move toward the Mississippi River, but some other sails may continue into southern Iowa until midnight.

Next week: Before the heat rises on Tuesday, dry, sunny weather returns for Monday. Right now, we are looking at a low of the 90s for a Tuesday afternoon high. Current record high for September 20th In 1931 the temperature in Des Moines is 92°. Temperatures will drop into the low 60s/low 70s for the rest of the week due to cool air Tuesday night. There is a chance of rain on Wednesday and Friday this week.

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