Summer-like heat back into the weekend
Next chance of rain isn’t for at least one week.
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) -- YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
After patchy clouds and cool conditions Thursday, we’ll be expecting at least some clearing overnight. This will lead to patchy fog to start our Friday
and eventually sunny skies with highs back to the low 80s to finish the work week. This warm-up continues into the weekend with highs as warm as 85 to 90
on Saturday and highs holding into the mid 80s Sunday. Next week starts off warm with highs staying in the 80s through Wednesday. A strong cold front
will move in Wednesday leading to our next chance for showers and storms. By Thursday highs might be limited to the 60s and as the weather stays colder
into the first full weekend of October we could possibly see our first frost of the season. Details on the arrival of that won’t be clearer until next
TONIGHT: EVENING CLOUDS. PARTIAL CLEARING OVERNIGHT. PATCHY MORNING FOG. LOW: 56. WIND: E - 5
FRIDAY: SUNNY & MILDER. HIGH: 82°. WIND: SE 5-10
SATURDAY: SUNNY & WARM. HIGH: 88°
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