Starting this weekend it's increasingly muggy with growing chances for occasional downpours.
It's hard to top weather like this in July.
"Catastrophic damage” was reported in Marshalltown, about 50 miles northeast of Des Moines.
We may see more clouds to go along with that increased humidity.
It'll be a wet time as a storm system tracks from the coast of the Carolinas to New England. Washington and Baltimore may just get skirted.
Temperatures soared above 105 degrees Thursday, just a hair below the country's all-time record.
The soggy pattern, conducive to flooding, may endure for much of next week.
Texas is breaking energy consumption records as the hottest heat wave since 2011 heads toward peak.
The weekend's muggy pattern is likely to be with us through much of next week, offering frequent rain chances.
It doesn't get a whole lot better in mid-July around here.