More clouds and some passing showers possible Friday
Rain chances into Saturday then much nicer weather by Sunday
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
Thursday night should remain mainly clear and a little warmer with a slight uptick in humidity, as well. Showers and storms could move through parts of the
TV6 viewing area Friday mainly toward southeast Iowa and west central Illinois. If this rain develops it would be moving through during the afternoon hours.
As we look into Saturday a morning round of showers and thunderstorms is expected with another round of afternoon storms possible, as well. Morning storms could
produce strong winds and heavy rain, with a potential for severe storms in the afternoon and evening as a cold front passes through. There is a MARGINAL, or
LEVEL 1 out of 5 risk, for severe storms Saturday afternoon. A First Alert Day will go into affect for both rounds of rain Saturday because it could interfere
with any outdoor plans. Once the front passes, we’ll get much less humidity and cooler temperatures to start next week. We’ll go from highs near 90 Friday and
Saturday to highs near 80 Sunday, and gradually climbing into the mid 80s by Thursday with highs back to near 90 for the start of the John Deere Classic.
TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW: 66. WIND: SE/S - 5
FRIDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. SCT. SHOWERS MAINLY S/W OF THE METRO QC. HIGH: 88°. WIND: S 5-10
SATURDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. CHANCE FOR MORNING & AFTERNOON STORMS. HIGH: 89°.
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