Ahead of a cold front widespread strong storms are likely.
The overall severe risk on both Wednesday and Thursday is minimal. These storms should not be severe. This axis of rain will probably shift some in the coming days. A few strong to marginally severe storms will be possible on Friday afternoon and evening, generally east of the Kansas turnpike.
We'll have a little bit of afternoon sunshine especially for our southern counties.
Sunday night - Mostly clear with a low in the upper 40s. Any one of these could turn severe, though, the threat does not look particularly high at this time.
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As of 9 p.m. the storms are still around the Des Moines area, and they should arrive in the Quad Cities around or after midnight.
Nebraska and Iowa had been in the bull's-eye for the highest risk of tornadoes, but even so the risk wasn't extreme, according to the weather service.
Showers across the region on Thursday morning will push north with the warm front, allowing some clearing to the south as temperatures climb. Flood watches have been posted for southcentral and eastern Kansas where some places are expected to receive 2 inches of rain. Any storms that show signs of rotation will need to be monitored closely for tornado potential.
Today the early morning showers and storms should diminish or move off to the northeast shortly after sunrise for most of the day dry.