Rainfall has come in bunches, in spots, over the past few days, though more is certainly needed. While no major rains are in the forecast in the near term, it's possible that a few showers or storms will occur in and around the Stateline over the next 24 hours.
Presently, showers and storms occupy about 10% of the Stateline's airspace, and are expected to diminish quickly as the sun goes down. More storms over Southeastern Minnesota and Northeastern Iowa will need to be watched overnight, as they approach from the northwest into the predawn hours of Wednesday. While these storms have had a history of being severe in Minnesota, they're likely to have weakened considerably by the time they get anywhere close to our area.
Much like what was the case on Tuesday, a few widely scattered showers and storms may blossom into the afternoon hours Wednesday. At this point, we're not expecting these to be all that widespread, and many rain-free hours are promised.
Cooler, quieter weather follows Wednesday night into Thursday.