Rain chances Thursday and Friday
Cooler temperatures should result
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
After plentiful sun Wednesday a system moving through the area Thursday will spread some clouds across the area and after a mostly clear start to the day
could also lead to some slim rain chances Thursday, with another chance for rain from a system moving through on Friday. Potentially a lot of the rain that
falls could fall on portions of eastern Iowa that need the rain more than anyone. Unfortunately rainfall amounts, themselves, are likely to be rather low.
It will drop our temps to the lower 80s Thursday and really drop the humidity, and into Friday highs could be stuck in the mid 70s. We’ll then get into a weekend
warm-up. We’ll keep an eye on the weekend for rain chances but for now we’ll keep a dry forecast with highs in the mid to upper 80s and a jump in humidity Saturday
with mid 80s Sunday. Next week we’ll cool off a little with another slight chance for rain by Wednesday.
TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW: 63°. WIND: LIGHT/VARIABLE
THURSDAY: BECOMING MOSTLY CLOUDY. SCT. SHOWERS (P.M.). HIGH: 81°. WIND: N/NE 5-10
FRIDAY: CLOUDY. SCT. SHOWERS. HIGH: 75°
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