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A cold front will move through the region Sunday night into Monday morning and bring in showers and storms. Some strong storms will be possible, particularly in western/central Iowa. This is the latest outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:

In the slight risk area (yellow) is where strong winds, hail and even some tornadoes will be possible. Storms will be weakening as they head east overnight and into Monday morning. There could still be some gusty winds (up to 40 mph) in eastern Iowa and western Illinois/Wisconsin, but storms will be in a weakening state.

Once the storms pass by some cooler air does start to move in for next week. Temperatures will still be running above normal for the first half of the week in the 60s and low 70s. There will be another cold front Thursday and that will drop temperatures even more:

Temperatures will be running below normal next weekend into early next week. Here's a look at the Climate Prediction Outlook from October 19th to 21st:

Here's a look at the numbers on the GFS for Cedar Rapids:

And the Quad Cities:

It does look like some frost/freezing temperatures will be possible during next weekend. Maybe help get rid of some of the bugs!