We’re closely monitoring 13ExacTrack Doppler this evening as strong storms roll through Eastern Iowa. Storms are severe near Cedar Rapids at this time but are expected to weaken as they move east of the Mississippi River. Our exclusive 13FutureTrack Severe Index shows the storms between now and 7am as non-severe. Still, some torrential rainfall should be expected. A 1-2″ report wouldn’t be too surprising.
Things could get much more interesting, stormwise, on Thursday as our model is forecasting the potential for severe weather. We’ll have much more on this on Wednesday as our model resolution becomes a little better.
As always if you have a severe report, photo, or rainfall total, it’s one-click weather by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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This post was written by Eric Sorensen on August 31, 2010