STORMY DAY: Flooding, Temp Drop & Light Snow

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Storms are going to continue to move over the central Iowa area early this morning. The storms are not expected to be severe, but will drop more rain on flooded areas of central and southern Iowa.

Expect rumbles of thunder and periods of heavy downpours.

We could see another one to two inches of rain.

We received many pictures from our viewers who recorded the heavy rainfall, flooding and even wind damage.

Showers and isolated storms will continue today. This evening the colder temperatures will allow the rain to change over to light snow late tonight and early tomorrow morning. Snow will not accumulate over Des Moines, but could cover grassy areas in northern Iowa by noon Friday.

The weekend starts off dry, but there are chances for showers on Sunday.

Next week stays cool and active with another good chance for rain early in the week.

The latest coverage of the storms are available on Iowa's Weather Channel which can be viewed online here, or on your mobile with the 13WarnMe app.

For complete forecast updates and live radar click here.

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