The gust front from these storms is rapidly bearing down on Ames as they slowly weaken. Could be really windy (60+ mph) because the winds are falsely tripping the Doplar's Tornadic Velocity Signature functionality.
This complex is an interesting one. The west edge is very slowly moving South at less than 20 mph. While the Central Iowa portion is rapidly developing South and east along its outflow boundary at almost 40 mph.
The cell sittng over Milford Iowa at 10:55 am has an estimated cloud top of 65,000 feet and is putting down almost 3 inches of rain per hour!
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