This afternoon will be mainly sunny, warm and a bit breezy at times with highs in the 80S.
Low pressure will develop over the Rockies Tuesday and move through southern Iowa by Tuesday night and early Wednesday. The weather will be dry through Tuesday. A large complex of thunderstorms will develop Tuesday night and bring severe weather and heavy rain to the state. Damaging winds are likely over a large part of the south half of Iowa, with damaging winds being more scattered over the north. Large hail is possible statewide. Isolated tornadoes are possible south of U.S. Highway 30. One to Three inches of rainfall will be common, with some areas receiving up to 4 inches over the south half of the state.