A SOGGY, RAW SUNDAY....
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Saturday started of cold and frosty! It was the coldest we've been since April as we dropped down near and below freezing.
The chance for frost will be low over the next few days as the pattern turns more active... and that starts Sunday.
Sunday is not just going to be rainy, but it's going to be raw too.. Let's start with the temperatures... they're going to be held down due to the clouds, rain, and strong winds:
Winds will be kicking out of the east and may gust as high as 40 mph at times:
Rain will be widespread throughout the day with the heaviest rain the further south you are:
Rain will wind down from west to east early Monday and by the time it's all said and done there will be some pretty beneficial rain that has fallen:
Note the sharp cut off in northern Iowa... there will be quite a bit of dry air on the north side of this system which should limit rainfall totals north of Highway 20. However, there will be the potential for storms and heavy rain near the southern Iowa border.
There will be another storm system that comes in Wednesday/Thursday, but there is still uncertainty on the intensity of this system:
We'll have a better idea in a few days. Regardless, the next week will be active and chilly! Fall has settled in.