MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) On Sunday afternoon, Moline, Illinois tied the old record high of 91 degrees set back in the year 2007. This is the third record high that has occurred in the Quad Cities metro Since September 20, 2017.
If you think it has been hot, you aren't dreaming. This is the fifth day in the month of September with highs of 90 degrees or warmer. A typical high in the Quad Cities for this time of year runs in the mid 70's. This puts these 90+ degree highs at more than 15 degrees above the normal.
Near record highs are possible through Monday before cool fall air settles over the area.