Updated: 5 hours ago
In today's edition, we look at the rain potential for Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, the severe risk for Thursday night and a glance at a cooler weekend.
Updated: 10 hours ago
Only isolated showers are expected in northern Iowa today. Meteorologist Kaj O'Mara explains in this First Alert Forecast update.
Updated: 21 hours ago
After the ups and downs we’ve seen so far this spring, the next few days look more like we’d normally expect. Temperatures top out in the mid-70s tomorrow and Wednesday, warming to the low 80s on Thursday. There are chances for rain in the coming days, but again plenty of dry time too and most rain looks to fall during the nighttime hours. Look for a few spotty showers possible tomorrow afternoon into the night. Most of the rain will hold off until after dark lasting into Wednesday morning. We’ll dry out Thursday under partly cloudy skies but more rain is expected overnight into Friday. Behind this second system we’ll cool into the 60s for the weekend into next week.
Updated: 23 hours ago
KCRG-TV9 First Alert Storm Team Meteorologist Jan Ryherd has your latest First Alert Forecast, featuring a more typical spring week ahead.
Updated: May. 16, 2022 at 5:00 AM CDT
Plan on a wonderful day! Meteorologist Kaj O'Mara looks ahead to tomorrow's rain chance in today's First Alert Forecast.
Updated: May. 15, 2022 at 6:38 PM CDT
First Alert Storm Team Meteorologist Corey Thompson breaks down the chances of a total lunar eclipse being visible on Sunday night, and week's forecast.