East of you probably. There is a chance you could see storms as the I 35 are has decent dynamics(though not as impressive as western Iowa yesterday or eastern Iowa today) in place its just a question will the cap break before the boundary pushes thru. The RUC and HRRR both are close calls in terms of storms.
We don't need storms in DSM, just a little rain would be perfect.
If you get rain today it'll be from thunderstorms and if thunderstorms fire off they'll likely turn severe. Also rain amounts will likely be underwhelming these storms are going to be moving very quickly wherever they eventually form.
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