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Flash flood warning issued for parts of northern Iowa

(KTTC) -

We're dealing with a gray and damp end to the week today as a slow-moving storm system continues to bring rain chances to the area.

We'll have to deal with showers and some thunderstorms through the most of the morning before things dry out a bit in the afternoon. While there will still be a chance of widely scattered showers and perhaps a thunderstorm later in the day, things will be much less soggy and solidly wet.

A few breaks of sunshine in the afternoon will help temperatures climb into the mid 70s which is fairly typical for early June standards. After a night that will feature more shower chances, a few isolated showers will hang around into Saturday morning with occasional sunshine and just a few scattered thunderstorms possible in the afternoon.

High temperatures tomorrow will be near 80 degrees. Sunday looks sunnier and drier yet with just a small chance of isolated evening thunderstorms and high temperatures will again be in the upper 70s. Monday looks to be the warmest day of next week with low to mid 80s expected ahead of a cold front.

Thunderstorms will develop along that front in the afternoon and evening. Behind that front, we'll have warm sunshine with high temperatures near 80 degrees for the midweek and a fairly small chance of thunderstorms by next Friday.

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