NWS issues warning for severe storm potential this weekend
Editor’s Note: Weather reports can vary widely in as little as six hours. However, we are issuing this report due to the National Weather Service’s warnings as to the potentially dangerous nature of the weather being forecast and with a desire to give our readers the most time possible to be prepared for severe weather, should it occur.
Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service office in Johnston began warning of possible severe storms this weekend in its long-term forecast. This morning, forecasters posted a “potential severe weather” alert on their website.
“After an uneventful frontal passage today, a strong area of low pressure will lift out of the Southwestern U.S. and into the Central Plains Friday night through Saturday night,” the alert stated. “This system has the potential to bring strong to severe weather to Iowa beginning late Friday night through Saturday evening. A few tornadoes are even possible. Heavy rainfall is also possible with some of these storms.”
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