A stationary front situated across the Plains continues to be a player in our weather as we kick-start the workweek. Showers and storms are likely throughout the day but we'll likely see more widespread moisture early Monday. A rouge stronger storm or two is possible with small hail being the primary threat. Temps will be seasonable with many of us rising into the upper 60s and lower 70s but it'll feel rather muggy with dew points near 60°. An isolated thundershower could be seen overnight as this boundary finally starts to progress eastward.
A brighter Tuesday is on the docket and a warmer one at that. Highs will be surging back above average with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. NE Siouxland will struggle to make it out of the lower 70s. Our warming trend continues with much of the area climbing into the 80s Wednesday into Friday before a major cool-down arrives for the weekend. Another front will bring the cooling temps with readings only in the upper 60s Saturday and Sunday afternoon. A chance for showers and storms will develop with the front as well and look to be with us through the entirety of the weekend so make sure you keep the umbrella handy! Next week looks to begin a little drier with highs rising back into the 70s.