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Breezy & Warmer

 

Updated: Friday, September 19 @ 6:20 p.m.

After a warm and breezy day, a cold front will move onto the state tomorrow bringing a change to our weather.

We will see partly cloudy skies tonight with a breezy south wind keeping temperatures up in the lower to mid 60s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will move in after midnight tonight into the early morning hours on Saturday. The best rain chances look to be north of Highway 30 and no severe weather is expected. The showers and storms should end Saturday morning with dry skies Saturday afternoon. It will be partly sunny, breezy, and warmer on Saturday with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. With the heating of the day we could see a few isolated showers and storms pop up again in the late afternoon and evening across southeastern Iowa. All the rain will be done by later Saturday evening with clearing skies Saturday night. Sunday will be mostly sunny but breezy. A breezy northwest wind will bring cooler air back into the state with highs on Sunday in the lower 70s. The dry and pleasant fall weather will continue into the start of next week.

Meteorologist Jennifer Hildreth
WeatherFIRST Forecast Team


CEDAR RAPIDS ALMANAC for September 19

Normal High: 73                     Normal Low: 50
Record High: 98 (1925)          Record Low: 33 (1991)
Sunrise:
6:51 am                      Sunset: 7:09 pm

Monthly Precip. (Broadcast Park): 3.55"
Monthly Precip. (Airport):
3:21"


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