Thursday, August 23, 2007

Heavy rain threat diminishing

The threat for additional heavy rain and flooding is diminishing. The heaviest rain has stayed well to our south today, and storms have not developed across Iowa as expected. The computer models really have not performed well the past two days, as the expected heavy rain has not materialized across the area. This is probably because there are so many little boundaries and fronts floating around the area, and it is difficult to determine exactly where storms will develop.

Thunderstorms remain in the forecast through Friday, but any heavy rain should be isolated enough that it won't cause too many flooding problems.



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