The pattern remains active with daily rain chances now in the forecast
Temperatures remain mild through the work week
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
After a round of more rain Monday night, the forecast has become more active with more chances for rain right through the work week. Tuesday night into
Wednesday more showers and storms are possible. During the day Wednesday there will be some dry hours but skies should remain mostly cloudy and with breezy
south winds we’ll reach highs near 80 with a bit more humidity to feel. Showers and a few storms will continue to be possible Thursday and Friday before the
weekend rain chances later Saturday and Sunday arrive with the best chance for widespread rain and more thunderstorms. The storm chance is highest Saturday
when strong storms will be a possibility. Rain chances won’t start dropping until after Tuesday. Highs stay near or above 80 through Saturday with highs
dropping to the low 70s to upper 60s by early next week.
TONIGHT: CLOUDY. OCCASIONAL SHOWERS & STORMS. LOW: 62. WIND: E/SE - 10
WEDNESDAY: CLOUDY & BREEZY. OCCASIONAL SHOWERS & STORMS. HIGH: 80°. WIND: S 10-15/20+
THURSDAY: OCCASIONAL SHOWERS & STORMS. HIGH: 78°
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