Tonight: A cold front is forecast to move southeast across the state with scattered showers/storms. Locally heavy rain and gusty winds are possible with the stronger storms. They will clear eastern Iowa by sunrise. Lows will drop into the mid and upper 60s as the wind shifts to the north with the passage of the cold front.
Wednesday: We start the day out with some leftover clouds as the storms are east of the Mississippi River. The sky becomes mostly sunny. It will be warm but cooler than Tuesday with highs in the mid-80s. The humidity level will also be a bit lower. The sky remains mostly clear overnight with lows in the low 60s.
Thursday: Temperatures are a few degrees warmer as they get closer to 90 in a few locations. The wind is light with a mix of sun and clouds. We are tracking the chance of showers/storms for Thursday night.
Friday: A mix of sun and clouds with a light wind. Highs are in the mid-80s. Normal highs are in the upper 70s.