Drying out Friday evening
Warming for the weekend
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
Friday evening will bring an end to most of the scattered rain across parts of the QCA. Clouds will break up, at least a bit, with lows back to the low 60s.
Saturday looks to bring heat and humidity back to the region, especially west of the Mississippi where heat indexes could reach the 90s to near 100. In the
afternoon there is a slight chance for some scattered rain to break out, especially east of the Mississippi. Into our Sunday the weather will be even cooler
with highs back to the lower 80s and a partly to mostly cloudy sky. Next week we’ll cool off even more with highs in the low to mid 80s and less humidity for
a few days. By Thursday and Friday we might see some rain chances enter the forecast, again.
TONIGHT: EVENING RAIN ENDS. PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY OVERNIGHT. LOW: 63°. WIND: SE/S 5-10
SATURDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY. HX: 90-100? SLIGHT CHANCE FOR P.M. SHOWERS. HIGH: 87°. WIND: S/SW 10-15/25
SUNDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH: 82°
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