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Tornado Watch until 3 a.m. for much of eastern Iowa

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Storm from Parkersburg sent in by viewer beccasmith436 Storm from Parkersburg sent in by viewer beccasmith436
A tree that fell onto a house during the storm that blew through Dike, sent in by Grundy County Emergency Management Coordinator Chris Heerkes. A tree that fell onto a house during the storm that blew through Dike, sent in by Grundy County Emergency Management Coordinator Chris Heerkes.
Possible funnel cloud in New Hampton sent in by viewer Lisa Perkins Possible funnel cloud in New Hampton sent in by viewer Lisa Perkins
What the storm looked like west of Dysart, sent in by viewer smokeyims What the storm looked like west of Dysart, sent in by viewer smokeyims
WATERLOO (KWWL) -

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for much of eastern Iowa until 3 a.m.

A slow-moving cyclone keeps thunderstorm chances in the forecast the next couple days. Temperatures stay warm through Tuesday, then turn a bit cooler beginning mid-week.

For a complete and current list of watches and warnings, click here.

For current power outages for Alliant Energy customers, click here.

For current power outages for MidAmerican Energy customers, click here.

For viewer-submitted photos and videos, click here for Your Eastern Iowa.

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