Forecasters say much of central and eastern Iowa could be affected by another wave of severe weather moving across the state.
The National Weather Service says a system expected to cross central Iowa early Monday evening could cause large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes.
Meteorologist Kurt Kotenberg says the eastern third of the state is at greatest risk, especially parts of southeast Iowa. However, he says the storm shouldn't be as powerful as the one that moved through Iowa on Sunday night.
He says large hail is the primary concern.
Sunday's storms damaged buildings near Panora in central Iowa.