It’s been a historically warm month with records being broken on a daily basis since late last week. The peak of this heat streak arrives on Wednesday when temperatures could be warmest ever in over 120 years of records.
What a day? Quite honestly, it is going to feel like spring this afternoon. Many are going to question what month we’re in. There will be an abundance of sunshine and temperatures are going to warm quickly!
The risk of spring flooding on local rivers is forecast to be near to above normal, according to this season’s first flood outlook. In particular, the Mississippi River has a greater than normal chance of experiencing flooding.
Tuesday night, a cold front will push through the region, bringing cooler air to eastern Iowa. Although the coldest of air should remain east of us, it’ll still be somewhat of a chilly start to the day on Wednesday.
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