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The warmth will continue to grow through the remainder of Memorial Day weekend. There will be plenty of sunshine on Sunday with temperatures climbing well into the 80s:

It will be more humid with dew points in the sticky range:

One thing that may help with the heat, but also may be a bit of a nuisance, will be a south breeze that may gust as high as 30-35 mph:

There will be the chance for storms on Sunday, but primarily well west of the local area in the Dakotas, Nebraska and far western Iowa:

Storms will be mostly likely in the late afternoon with large hail and damaging winds as the main threats:

Memorial Day itself will be mostly dry and warm...

And windy:

The threat of severe weather will once again be to the west and late:

Large hail, strong winds and tornadoes are all a concern wit these storms for areas west of I-35 in Iowa:

The storms will likely weaken overnight as the head into eastern Iowa. However, there could be additional storms along the front on Tuesday that may be strong. The Storm Prediction Center is monitoring far southern Iowa into Missouri:

A lot of the holiday weekend will be dry... so remember the sunscreen!