Thunderstorms are possible for those in southeast KELOLAND, NW Iowa to be more specific, tonight. Some isolated severe storms with large hail and gusty winds may develop as well. Otherwise, skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy as temperatures cool to the 50s to near 60. The west may see some thundershowers drift over during the overnight hours.
Monday’s forecast hasn’t changed much throughout the weekend. Lingering low pressure over the Midwest still means we’ll carry thunderstorms chances through Monday. Monday’s highs will reach the 80s again. Late Monday’s storms could be severe with strong winds and large hail however, the bulls-eye of severe weather sits over central Iowa but if you are in the NW Iowa, it would still be good to stay alert to developing storms.
Surface high will sit over the Midwest Tuesday so we’ll have sunshine and quiet weather in the forecast. Afternoon highs will range from the mid-70s in the east to the low 80s in the west.
The rest of the week looks calm. Highs this week will range from mid-70s to mid-80s. The west could have daily, isolated, summer-time, popup storms beginning Thursday.