at night: Rogue showers or storms may occur when it is cloudy or cloudy, but rain will be avoided in most weather. The temperature and humidity will be very comfortable.
tonight: We need some much-needed rain, but unfortunately, the chance of rain is dwindling. We may see a few isolated showers tonight, but most will avoid cloudy skies. The northwest wind is slight, and the low point will be in the mid to mid 1960s.
on Sunday: As the system bypasses eastern Iowa, it will be difficult to develop large-scale rainfall, but there may be some sporadic showers and storms on Sunday, which will not account for much. Otherwise, we should expect more clouds than the highest in the 1
As the showers shift on Sunday night, we will see a partially cloudy sky, 50s low in the north to 50s high in the south.
Start this week: There may be some clouds on Monday, but the rain will move away. The high pressure moves in and will give us plenty of sunshine on Tuesday and Wednesday. The high point will be difficult to make it fall out of the mid-1970s, and the low point will be in the mid-1950s to the mid-1950s (probably the upper limit of the North 1940s). The humidity is kept low.
End of weekend: From Wednesday night to Thursday, some uncertain rain opportunities have arrived. The temperature dropped to the mid-1960s, and the southerly wind brought the temperature back to around 80. Friday looked dry, high in the mid-1980s.
Next weekend: There may be sporadic showers and storms on Saturday, then rest on Sunday and return to Monday. The temperature will recover in the mid-80s to the first half of the year, and humidity.