Central Iowa: Thunderstorms with Potential for Quarter-Sized Hail Tonight

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Des Moines, IA – Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop in western Iowa by late Thursday afternoon, extending into central Iowa by Thursday night.

According to the US National Weather Service, these storms could produce quarter-sized hail and 60 mph winds. While the overall chances for severe weather are low, residents are advised to stay vigilant and monitor weather updates. Additional scattered thunderstorms are possible on Friday and Friday night.

Tonight’s forecast is clear and pleasant, with low temperatures dipping to the mid-50s. Thursday will see increasing cloudiness with temperatures reaching the mid to upper 70s, accompanied by showers and thunderstorms late in the day. These conditions are expected to continue into the night, bringing the risk of severe weather.

Friday will be the coolest day of the week, with highs in the upper 60s to mid-70s, accompanied by showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. The weekend forecast shows scattered showers and storms with a warming trend, with temperatures rising to the low to mid-80s by Sunday.

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