Sun returns Wednesday. Time is running out for mild weather
Some snow could finish our upcoming weekend
QUAD CITIES, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) -- YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
After a few tenths of an inch of rain Monday night and clouds to start the day, we managed to get some sunlight back and temperatures into the 40s Tuesday.
During Tuesday evening clouds will return and they’ll be out overnight which will lead to a clear sky, and cold lows in the 20s. Wednesday looks to be
mainly sunny with a few high clouds moving in during the afternoon. Once again, highs will top off in the mid 40s. For Thanksgiving we expect a few more
clouds and highs in the mid 40s for one more day. Colder air arrives For Friday and the weekend with highs back to the 30s, and falling a bit each day.
Highs will only be near 30 by early next week. We’ll be watching a system due Saturday night into Sunday which could produce our first notable snow across
the region. It’s final track is still uncertain but if a decent snowfall rate develops it could be enough to overcome our relatively warm ground and lead
to some accumulation. It’s still a long way off so there is a lot of uncertainly at this point. We’ll keep tracking it in the days ahead.
TONIGHT: EVENINGCLOUDS. CLEARING AND CHILLY. LOW: 28°. WIND: NW 5-15/20
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH: 46°. WIND: W 5-10
THANKSGIVING: PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH: 45°
Copyright 2023 KWQC. All rights reserved.