Tonight: There will be areas of clear sky during the evening. Eventually we are heading back to a mostly cloudy sky for everyone overnight. The wind is light from the south with lows in the mid-30s.
Wednesday: A cold front will be approaching from the northwest during the day. It is another day with plenty of clouds. The wind is from the south, ahead of the front, most of the day. This will help highs warm into the mid and upper 50s. A cold front is forecast to move through during the evening hours.
Wednesday Night: Showers move east and south with the front during the evening. The rain chances will end by midnight. Lows drop into the mid and upper 30s. The wind shifts to the north overnight.
Thursday: An area of low pressure will move across Missouri and bring us a chance of showers. Highs are forecast to reach the upper 40s.
Friday: Another area of low pressure, in Kansas, is forecast to push rain into eastern Iowa through the day.
Saturday: The low moves northeast across Iowa with rain to continue during the day. As the low gets stronger the wind increases from the east and northeast. Gusts could be near 35 mph.
The rain totals for the next five days will be 1.0-1.5”. The heaviest of the rain will be Friday and Saturday.