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    July 19th PM: Soggy end to the workweek, cooler with shower chances into the weekend

    By Victor PerezEthan ForemanMaggie Warren,


    SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – A stormy start for some in Siouxland with a couple Severe Thunderstorm Warnings issued through the morning in parts on NE Nebraska.

    Seeing sub-severe level storms continuing to move through mainly western Siouxland and along/near the I-29 corridor. Shower and storm chances continue through the day and into the overnight hours, gradually becoming more scattered.

    A few stronger to severe storms remain possible through western portions of the viewing area where a slight risk (level 2/5) of severe weather remains in place through Antelope, western Knox, Madison, and western Pierce counties. A marginal risk (level 1/5) is in place through nearly all of NE Nebraska, as well as, Yankton, Clay, and Union counties in SE South Dakota.

    With those showers and storms around seeing highs only into the mid/upper 70s, potentially low 80s in spots that don’t see showers and storms.

    Scattered shower chances continue through the early overnight hours before tapering off. Lows fall into the mid 60s.

    Remaining unseasonably cool for the weekend with a few spotty showers/storms and and highs in the mid/upper 70s both Saturday and Sunday.

    Spotty storm chances linger into the first half of the week with highs remaining below normal in the low/mid 80s.

    Sunny and warming from midweek and on with highs into the mid to upper 80s through the end of the week and into the low 90s by next weekend. Seeing more clouds though, building back in by the end of the extended forecast with highs remaining steamy around 90°.

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