SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – Our temperatures continue to warm and tomorrow will be turning rather hot on us.
Even tonight is going to stay pretty mild with lows in the low 60s with a small chance of a thundershower.
Thursday is looking very warm with highs heading into the upper 80s to near 90 for many of us under partly cloudy skies.
We can’t rule out a thunderstorm toward Thursday evening, but those storm chances become much better Thursday night and some of those storms will have a chance of becoming strong to severe.
Some of those storms could linger into early Friday morning, especially in eastern Siouxland.
Then an even bigger round of storms look poised to develop Friday evening into Friday night with the strongest of storms first forming in western Siouxland with large hail, gusty winds, and even an isolated tornado or two possible.
Heavy rain is also going to be possible during the same time frame, especially over central and northern Siouxland.
While things may quiet down for a while on Saturday, another round of storms could get going during the afternoon and persist into early Saturday night.
We will then see much cooler air move in on Sunday with highs near 60 along with some showers and breezy conditions.
A smaller chance of showers will be around on Monday with temperatures not much different than we see on Sunday.
A better chance of rain returns again Tuesday with highs in the low 60s.
Wednesday will try to quiet down a little bit with highs in the mid 60s.