Quiet weather is expected overnight tonight, but our next weather system will enter from the west by Tuesday afternoon. Rain will develop across western Iowa during the late afternoon hours Tuesday, and will spread eastward as evening sets in.
A few marginally severe storms may be possible across eastern Nebraska and extreme western Iowa, but the overall chance is low, so no concern here. The greatest risk will be the threat for heavy rain across northern Iowa, particularly northeast Iowa. This is where rainfall totals will end up around 2 inches.
Due to the recent dry conditions, there is no flooding threat. After the rain pushes out of the state by mid-morning Wednesday, cooler temperatures work into the state. This cool down will be brief as temperatures will warm back up by Friday.
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