Warming up, again, Thursday
Heat and humidity on the increase into the weekend!
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
After a more pleasant and partly cloudy Wednesday, overnight our skies will clear out with lows back to the mid 60s. By Thursday we’re right back to the 90s with
90s staying through Saturday. Saturday will be the peak of the heat, this week, with heat indexes likely in the 100s. On the way to Saturday we might see some storms
develop Friday along with a chance for strong to severe storms Saturday, as well. Saturday will probably be a First Alert Day due to the uncomfortable heat indexes and
storms chance! Shower and thunderstorm chances continue into next week. Next week will stay cooler with highs mostly in the 80s
TONIGHT: CLEAR. LOW: 66°. WIND: W - 5
THURSDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. BREEZY & WARMER. HIGH: 93°. WIND: W/NW 5-15/25+
FRIDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND STORMS. HIGH: 91°.
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