Severe Weather Alerts

QUIET EVENING: Severe Storms Exit

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Severe storms are now east of Central Iowa. A few isolated pop up showers and storms are possible through the late afternoon and evening. Northern Iowa could see more heavy rainfall overnight so a Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through 7 AM Tuesday in that part of the state.

Tuesday will be partly cloudy, hot and humid. Temperatures will reach the low 90s and heat index values will reach 100 degrees. A few showers and storms are again possible mainly in Eastern Iowa.

The end of the week will not be as hot and will be drier.

Megan Salois June 24, 20131:17 pm

Tornado Warning for Mahaska and Poweshiek through 1:30 PM.

Megan Salois June 24, 201312:04 pm

Warnings continue for Boone, Polk, Hamilton, Hardin, and Story counties through 12:45 PM

Megan Salois June 24, 201311:37 am

Report of a semi blown over on Hwy 141 2 miles west of Jamaica due to thunderstorm winds.

Megan Salois June 24, 201311:30 am

Report of shingles off a roof 7 miles west of Guthrie Center.

Megan Salois June 24, 201311:27 am

65 MPH Wind gust reported from Coon Rapids-Bayard at 11:23 AM.

Megan Salois June 24, 201311:22 am

Report of an estimated 70 mph wind gust in Audubon at 11:04 AM.

Megan Salois June 24, 201310:58 am

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings now in place for the following counties: Audubon, Carroll, Greene, Guthrie, Dallas Counties for the next 45 minutes. Wind gusts of 60 mph possible.

Megan Salois June 24, 201310:51 am

Wind gust of 58 mph reported in Atlantic at 10:44 AM.

Megan Salois June 24, 201310:34 am

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for Audubon County until 11:15 AM. Area of strong to severe storms will move to the metro area by the noon hour.