Tonight: We need a little rain, but unfortunately our chances of rain are decreasing. We could see a few isolated showers this evening, but most will avoid them with partly cloudy skies. Lows will be between the low to mid-1960s with a light northwesterly wind.
Sunday: As the system pivots in eastern Iowa, it will struggle to develop widespread rains, but a few scattered showers and storms are possible on Sunday, which won’t be much. Otherwise, expect more clouds than sun with highs in the 70s (low 70s north to high 70s south) with a northerly wind of 10-15mph.
As the showers clear on Sunday evening we will see partly cloudy skies with lows in the low 50s north to the south of the upper 50s.
Beginning of the week: There may be a few persistent clouds for Monday but the rain will have cleared. The high pressure sets in and will give us lots of sun on Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs will struggle to come out of the mid-70s with troughs to the low in the mid-50s (possible north of the upper 40s). The humidity remains low.
Weekend: Some uncertain chances of rain arrive from Wednesday evening to Thursday. Temperatures return to near 80s with a southerly wind as troughs warm up through the mid-60s. Friday looks dry with highs in the mid-80s.
Next weekend: Scattered showers and storms also appear possible for Saturday before breaking up on Sunday and returning on Monday. Temperatures will be between the mid to high 80s as the humidity returns.