Expect another dry day today with highs in the mid-80s. Humidity levels will continue to be lower, so overall not a problem this afternoon. Keep in mind, if you are still cleaning up storm damage, that the UV Index will be high again today and to grab the sunscreen before heading out.
For the most part, expect partly cloudy skies through the evening and overnight hours. A few isolated storms or showers could pop up, but overall dry. Scattered storms are possible late tonight, lows stay in the low 70s with extra moisture and cloud cover.
Another nice evening ahead with temperatures in the 60s and 70s with low humidity. Enjoy the mild weather while it is here, warmer weather is on the way this week. Lows overnight drop into the upper 50s and low 60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Colorado State University forecasters are now predicting that 2020 will have an extremely active hurricane season. They are attributing this to sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic being a lot warmer than normal along with wind shear being below average.
Expect a nice evening ahead across the area. Temperatures stay in the 70s through 8-9 p.m. tonight and then fall into the low 60s overnight. We will stay dry through the evening, but a few scattered showers and storms could push in late tonight.
The heat and humidity continue across portions of eastern Iowa this afternoon. Scattered rain and storms will be story throughout the evening hours, becoming more widespread as the night goes on. That will help cool down temperatures and lower those heat index values.