The weekend ended with a pleasant Sunday where temperatures jumped into the mid 80s for highs.
We will be a little cooler today with the threat for scattered thunderstorms.
Those started to develop in the late morning and will continue into the afternoon hours.
A landspout tornado touched down near Terril briefly and more cold air funnels will be possible through the afternoon especially in northwest Iowa.
A storm or two could become stronger with hail and gusty winds, along with brief heavy rain, the main threats.
The storms will hold highs in the upper 70s.
We look to get a brief break in the evening hours before more thunderstorms fire up overnight.
Showers continue Tuesday with thunder possible.
By the time the rain ends late Tuesday night, most areas look to end up near an inch.
Wednesday looks mostly dry before isolated thunderstorms return on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The week is also looking to stay below average with temperatures struggling to get to 70 degrees Tuesday.
Things do go up through the rest of the week, returning to near 80 by Thursday and into the weekend.