Just 24 hours ago we were covering the severe weather that was moving through the state. On Wednesday, across the whole nation there were 17 wind reports, and 66 hail reports. The vast majority of these were right here in the state of Iowa. The storms on Wednesday trained across the same areas, and this lead to flash flooding in areas. Today was a different story. The humidity was lower, which made it more comfortable. Thursday will be a lot like today, however, temperatures will be slightly cooler.
Temperatures will range from around 70 all the way to the upper 70s. There is a chance for light rain early tomorrow morning, mainly across southern Iowa.
No severe weather is expected Thursday, just your average thunderstorms. Rainfall amounts will be light, with totals less than a tenth of an inch. After the rain clears out Thursday morning, the sun will be out with partly sunny skies. Friday will be dry and sunny as well, before rain chances begin to increase into the weekend. At this time, the severe weather threat this weekend looks to be low. If there is a threat of severe weather this weekend, you can count on the Iowa Storm Chasing Network to bring you the very latest right here at Iowachase.com and on our Facebook and Twitter (@IAStormChasing) pages.