Over the past several weeks, most of the Hawkeye State has been seeing temperatures in the 90s. Luckily, to remedy this stifling heat, there has also been some rain off and on again throughout Iowa.

Some areas saw showers, other regions saw intense rainfall and storms.

According to reports, the average rainfall in Iowa was about 5.24 inches in the month of June. Due to the rain that swept through most of the state, many areas have flooded or are preparing in case of flooding.

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When Will the Cedar River Crest in Cedar Falls?

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According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationthe Cedar River is set to crest at 93.73 feet in Cedar Falls on Wednesday, June 26th. The approximate time that it will crest is expected to be at around 1:00 PM.

Will This Interfere with Sturgis Falls?

The Sturgis Falls celebration kicks off this Friday, June 28th in Cedar Falls.

Read up on the schedule of events for this Eastern Iowa tradition here.

In an interview with KWWL, the President of the Sturgis Falls celebration, Jay Stoddard confirms that everything should be fine for the three-day event.

Be in the know about what to do in the event of flooding in Cedar Falls by signing up for flood alerts on the official town website.

Stay up to date with everything going on in Eastern Iowa by downloading the free station app from your app store.

Also, do not forget to follow the station across all social media platforms for the latest weather and news updates.

Best scenic drives in Iowa

It's time to hit the road—Stacker compiled a list of the best scenic drives in Iowa using data from Tripadvisor as of March 2024.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

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