Clearing overnight with patchy fog
Generally, a bit cooler and less humid the rest of the week
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) -- YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
Overall, the forecast for the week ahead generally looks more comfortable with cooler daily highs and less humidity. But it is still summertime and the heat and
humidity won’t be far away. There is some uncertainty about a few warm ups and rain chances that might come our way in the next few days if the track of that heat
and humidity changes. Tuesday morning we’ll likely see some fog forming thanks to the saturated ground and clearing skies, especially along and north of I-80. Highs
will get back to the upper 70s and low 80s in the afternoon. Wednesday plentiful sun could get us to the mid 80s with a bit more humidity. A Lake Michigan induced front
will send cooler air to the area Thursday and Friday with highs near 80 but the front could also give us the chance for some rain, especially Thursday. Friday into the
weekend could bring some rain chances, as well, but for now we’ll keep a warmer and dry forecast.
TONIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLEAR. PATCHY FOG. LOW: 60°. WIND: NE 5-10
TUESDAY: BECOMING MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH: 82°. WIND: NE-5
WEDNESDAY: SUNNY AND WARMER. HIGH: 86°.
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