Mild day Thursday with a few flurries possible
Another cooldown Friday
(Quad Cities, IA/IL) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
After a brutally cold start to the day our skies will start to cloud up into the night. With south and southwest winds our temperatures will start to rise
after the evening. We’ll head into the 30s Thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a stray flurry possible. Another lobe of cold air visits for a day on Friday
and as it arrives we’ll see more sub-zero wind chills Thursday night into Friday morning. Friday highs will only hit the teens and Friday night it’s back to
sub-zero wind chills. We’ll get back to the 20s to near 30 for the weekend. Next week we COULD get near 40 by Tuesday but another weather system will bring
the possibility of rain and snow into Wednesday.
TONIGHT: CLOUDS INCREASE. TEMPS RISE. CHILLS: -5 TO 10. LOW: 12. WIND: S/SW 10-15/25
THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. SCATTERED FLURRIES. HIGH: 33°. WIND: SW/NW 10-15/20
FRIDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY & CHILLY. HIGH: 18°.
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