Drying out overnight with mostly dry and warmer conditions for the weekend
Comfortable humidity Saturday. Getting more muggy Sunday
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
A weak cold front settled through the area Friday bringing some rain, clouds, and cooler temperatures. This front will do us a favor in dropping the humidity on Saturday
before the humidity takes a bit of a jump on Sunday. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s for the weekend. Mostly dry weather is anticipated but Saturday could bring some
late day showers to the northern portions of the TV6 viewing area. The chance will be slim. For the Fourth of July we’ll see mid and upper 80s and a chance for showers and
storms during the day. Beyond Monday the pattern looks active with heat, humidity, and daily shower and storms chances. Timing of the rain will be a daily bet because it
will be based on how things evolved the day before. Keep an umbrella and some back-up plans handy if you have anything to do outdoors.
TONIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY. BECOMING MOSTLY CLEAR OVERNIGHT. LOW: 61. WIND: LIGHT/VARIABLE
SATURDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH: 85°. WIND: SE/S 5-10
SUNDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH: 87°.
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