Snow showers linger into early Thursday followed by partial sun
More snow possible Friday and Saturday, as well
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) -- YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
Wednesday night skies will remain mostly cloudy. Occasional snow flurries or light snow showers are possible into early Thursday before the snow finally
ends. Thursday we get a break from snow with mostly cloudy to, at times, partly sunny skies and highs in the mid 20s. By Friday we could get another round
of snow showers with light accumulations possible and Saturday more snow could fall. Sunday and Monday we could get a break from the snow before more snow
showers possibly arrive Tuesday. As far as temperatures go we’ll see a notable drop into next week. Highs Friday will hit the mid 30s and then drop to the
mid 20s Saturday. Sunday and Monday highs will likely only be in the teens with single digit lows. Tuesday another round of snow is possible and highs will
likely remain in the teens into the middle of the week.
TONIGHT: CLOUDY. SNOW FLURRIES OR SHOWERS. LOW: 22°. WIND: NW 5-15/20
THURSDAY: CLOUDS AND FLURRIES EARLY. MOSTLY CLOUDY TO PARTLY SUNNY IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH: 26°. WIND: NW - 15/20
FRIDAY: CLOUDY. OCCASIONAL SNOW SHOWERS. HIGH: 37°
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