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Jul 31, 2021

Current Severe Weather Alerts in Iowa


There are currently 6 Weather Alerts in Iowaselect a different state


Flash Flood Watch issued July 31 at 3:27AM CDT until July 31 at 10:00AM CDT by NWS

Event: Flash Flood Watch
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Severe
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: Adair; Adams; Cass; Clarke; Decatur; Madison; Ringgold; Taylor; Union; Wayne

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Flash flood watch remains in effect until 10 am cdt this morning... the flash flood watch continues for * portions of south central iowa and southwest iowa * until 10 am cdt this morning * heavy rainfall of 2 to 4 inches will be possible in the watch

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Flash Flood Watch issued July 31 at 3:17AM CDT until July 31 at 9:00AM CDT by NWS

Event: Flash Flood Watch
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Severe
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: Fremont; Harrison; Mills; Montgomery; Page; Pottawattamie; Shelby

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Flash flood watch remains in effect until 9 am cdt this morning... the flash flood watch continues for * portions of southwest iowa and nebraska, including the following areas, in southwest iowa, fremont, harrison, mills, montgomery, page, pottawattamie and shelby. in nebraska, cass, douglas, sarpy and washington.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Special Weather Statement issued July 31 at 1:27AM CDT by NWS

Event: Special Weather Statement
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Observed
Affected Area: Allamakee; Chickasaw; Clayton; Fayette; Howard; Mitchell; Winneshiek

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Areas of fog continue to form... some dense fog was starting to appear over parts of the region and this fog may thicken up before sunrise. if you have travel plans early this morning, be aware of reductions in visibility, reduce your speed, and be extra alert around driveways and highway intersections where cross traffic might not

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Dense Fog Advisory issued July 31 at 1:02AM CDT until July 31 at 8:00AM CDT by NWS

Event: Dense Fog Advisory
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Likely
Affected Area: Clay; Dickinson; Lyon; O'Brien; Osceola

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Dense fog advisory in effect until 8 am cdt this morning... * what...Visibility one quarter to one half mile in dense fog. * where...Portions of central, east central, south central and southeast south dakota, northwest iowa and southwest minnesota. this includes the tribal lands of the flandreau santee sioux tribal nation.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Air Quality Alert issued July 30 at 2:43PM CDT by NWS

Event: Air Quality Alert
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Unknown
Severity: Unknown
Certainty: Unknown
Affected Area: Buena Vista; Cherokee; Clay; Crawford; Dickinson; Emmet; Harrison; Ida; Kossuth; Lyon; Monona; O'Brien; Osceola; Palo Alto; Plymouth; Pocahontas; Sac; Sioux; Woodbury

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Air quality alert extended for portions of northwest iowa until 8 am cdt saturday... the smoke plume from the canadian wildfires that entered iowa thursday afternoon, is now exiting the state towards the northwest. until the plume clears northwest iowa saturday morning, sensitive groups should take precautions.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Special Weather Statement issued July 30 at 7:48AM CDT by NWS

Event: Special Weather Statement
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Observed
Affected Area: Fremont; Monona; Page

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Degraded air quality through this weekend due to wildfire smoke... what...Wildfire smoke will cause degraded air quality, with periods of unhealthy air quality expected. where...Smoke is impacting a large area, but this statement focuses on eastern nebraska and western iowa. generally, the air

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement