This morning’s rain has all but ended today’s severe weather threat, but another chance is in place for all of south central Iowa Saturday.

According to the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center, a slight risk of severe weather is in the forecast tomorrow. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threat, as is localized flash flooding after most of the area saw between .75″ and 1.25″ of rain this morning.

Stay tuned to KNIA/KRLS for the latest severe weather information.

Area rainfall totals (as of 2:00 p.m. Friday):
Pella – .89”
Knoxville – .90”
Lake Red Rock – 1.07”
English Creek near Knoxville – 1.17”
Des Moines River near Tracy – .75”
Cedar Creek near Bussey – .89”
Des Moines River near Swan – 1.42”
Whitebreast near Melcher-Dallas – .96”
South River near Ackworth – .98”
Middle River near Indianola – .91”