Warm temperatures Thursday ahead of changes
Rain chances possible Thursday night with cold front.
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) - YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
Mostly clear skies begin our Wednesday night with a few clouds toward daybreak Thursday. Lows will head to the low 40s Thursday morning. Clouds will increase during the
day Thursday which will also feature wind gusts over 30 mph! As far as any rain chances are concerned we might see some light rain Thursday night into early Friday. Then,
chilly sun is expected for Friday with highs in the mid 40s to near 50. Mid 50s and sun are expected for the weekend. Then, Thanksgiving week comes upon us with a more
active looking pattern. Monday brings the chance for rain, with some models forecasting a mix with some wet snowflakes Tuesday, followed by a sharp drop in temperatures to
below average levels. The extent of the cooling remains to be seen but it looks like the possibility of weather more typical for November bringing highs in the 40s and 30s.
TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR WITH MORNING CLOUDS. LOW: 42°. WIND: S - 5
THURSDAY: MORNING SUN. BECOMING CLOUDY IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH: 68°. WIND: S/SW 15-20/30+
FRIDAY: SUNNY, BREEZY AND COLDER. HIGH: 49°
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