Storms formed Monday afternoon and were strongest in eastern Siouxland.
There was some penny size hail reported near Sergeant Bluff but the strongest storms stayed south of Siouxland as a couple tornadoes touch down south and west of Omaha.
Once the cold front moves to the east, the storms will as well.
That front will bring in cooler and less humid conditions meaning a beautiful Tuesday will be coming our way with highs in the low 80s expected.
The first part of Wednesday will be pleasant as well with highs again in the low 80s.
By late Wednesday afternoon we could start to see some chances of thunderstorms developing and chances will then stay with us into Wednesday night with maybe some thundershowers lingering into early Thursday morning.
The rest of Thursday will dry out but warm weather will be moving in with highs from Thursday through the weekend probably in the low to mid 90s.
Chief Meteorologist Ron Demers
A Tornado Watch has been issued for central and eastern Siouxland, including Sioux City, until 11 pm. Stay tuned to KTIV and Storm Team 4 through the afternoon and evening for the latest on updates! pic.twitter.com/YalZdQ2hMU