(Iowa) -- The National Weather Service says there's a slight risk of severe storms Friday and Saturday across Iowa.
NWS says storms are likely to develop Friday afternoon, calm Friday night, then redevelop Saturday morning. The main threats include strong wind gusts and hail. NWS says there's also a possibility for funnel clouds during the storms, but they're not likely to reach the ground and become tornadoes. Rainfall amounts are expected to total between a quarter inch and half an inch.