TOMORROW TOO. THERE ARE SOME COOLER DAYS
AHEAD, WHICH IS SOMETHING WE
HAVE NOT SEEN FOR A WHILE. TAKE A LOOK AT RAINFALL TOTALS. THIS IS JUST FOR TODAY. THE HIGHEST TOTALS IN THE
SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. LAMONI AT JUST OVER A HALF INCH. THERE IS A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN
EFFECT TONIGHT THROUGH TOMORROW
AS WELL. IT DOES INCLUDE THE EASTERN AND
SOUTHERN COUNTIES. IT DOES NOT INCLUDE DES MOINES
AND POLK COUNTY. LOOKING TO THE FURTHEST SOUTHERN
TIER AND JUST OFF TO THE
SOUTHEAST, BUT COME, TWO INCHES
OF RAIN WITH MORE COMING. THAT IS BECAUSE WE HAVE THIS
COLD FRONT. AS IT SWINGS THROUGH, IT WILL
BRING COOLER AIR THAN WHAT WE
HAVE EXPERIENCED IN THE PAST
WEEK. TAKE A LOOK AT HOW THESE
TEMPERATURES HAVE PLAYED OUT. UPPER 80’S INTO THE 90’S. AUGUST HAD ONE DAY IN THE 90’S. WE HAVE HAD TWO IN SEPTEMBER. THOSE WIND SPEEDS ARE GENERALLY
OUT OF THE SOUTH. NOTICE THERE IS A CHANGE OFF TO
THE SOUTHWEST. THAT IS THAT GIRLFRIEND ENTERING
INTO — THAT A COOL FRONT
ENTERING INTO NORTHWEST IOWA. COOLER THAN THE 70’S. THIS WILL BE WARM COMPARED TO
WHAT WE HAVE TOMORROW. DOWNTOWN SKYCAM, THERE WERE A
LOT OF DRIPS ON THE SKYCAM
EARLIER, BUT WE ARE GETTING A
BREAK. DEW POINTS WILL START TO COME
DOWN TOMORROW, BE VERY PLEASANT
BY MONDAY. WINDS ARE STILL WHIPPING, BUT
THEY WILL COME DOWN BY SUNSET
TONIGHT. WE STORMS OFF TO THE NORTHWEST. ONE WAS SEVERE EARLIER, BUT
EVERYTHING IS STAYING QUIET. JUST A LITTLE BIT OFF RIGHT NOW
INTO THE CENTRAL PART OF THE
STATE, CONTINUING TO PUSH TO THE
NORTHEAST. LIGHTNING TRACKER IS NOT PICKING
UP ANY LIGHTNING. ORANGE AND YELLOW WILL BE
OVERNIGHT AS YOU ARE SLEEPING,
SOUTHWEST IOWA — THIS AREA IS
WHERE WE HAVE THE SLIGHT RISK OF
SEVERE WEATHER PUSHING THROUGH. LIGHT HAIL, DAMAGING WINDS WOULD
BE THE MAIN THREAT, AS WELL AS
HEAVY RAINFALL. THE SEVERE POTENTIAL IS
OVERNIGHT TOMORROW. WE WILL CONTINUE HAVE SHOWERS
AND STORMS. NOT EXPECTING ANYTHING SEVERE. TOMORROW MORNING, IT WILL BE
WIDESPREAD AS YOU WAKE UP. IT WILL BE WARMER, THEN COOL
DOWN DURING PART OF THE DAY. TEMPERATURES STAYING STEADY IN
THE 60’S. BY THE AFTERNOON, THE RAIN WILL
PUSH OFF TO THE EAST. THINGS WILL BEGIN TO LET UP FOR
MONDAY. THIS IS 1:00 A.M.. NOTICE IS BEGINNING TO
PUSH THROUGH THE METRO AREA. IT WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD. AS YOU BEGIN SUNDAY MORNING, IT
WILL THE A — BE A WET SUNDAY
MORNING. THAT ACTIVITY PUSHES THROUGH THE
SOUTHEAST. NORTHEAST IOWA WILL BE THE FIRST
TO TRY OUT. SKIES CLEAR OUT SUNDAY INTO
MONDAY. MONDAY THE FIRST DAY OF FALL, IS
LOOKING SPECTACULAR WITH LOWER
HUMIDITIES AND CALMER WINDS. WE HAVE TO GET THROUGH THAT,
FIRST, AND A LOT OF RAIN IN OUR
WAY. A LOT OF RAIN TO THE WEST AND TO
THE EAST. THAT IS WHY THE FLASH FLOOD
WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR THOSE
COUNTIES. THE HEAVIEST RAIN TONIGHT I 80
AND AREAS TO THE SOUTH. 64 TONIGHT. NOT MUCH IMPROVEMENT TOMORROW. A HIGH OF AROUND 86 DEGREES IN
THE METRO. SCATTERED STORMS THROUGHOUT THE
DAY. EIGHT DAY FORECAST SHOWS FALL
BEGINNING ON MONDAY SHOULD THE
GREAT. TUESDAY SHOULD BE DRY AS WELL. TUESDAY INTO LATE WEDNESDA