YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
Our string of record high temps is done, after Wednesday, but even though we start cooling down temps will stay above average for much of the next week.
Rain will develop later Thursday with a few showers on Friday. Friday evening as colder air spills in to the area we’ll see a change to light snow that will last
through Friday night and the first half of Saturday. Accumulations will be less than an inch in most places but up to 2 inches of snow or more are possible
northwest of the Quad Cities Metro area. Sunday through Wednesday will feature more active weather with chances for rain/or snow each day. 50s
and 60s for Thursday and Friday with 30s on Saturday. Highs then rebound to the 40s or 50s through midweek.
TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW: 41. WIND: W/NW 5-10….
THURSDAY: PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY. RAIN DEVELOPS (PM). HIGH: 57°. WIND: N/NE 5-10/30….
FRIDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. CHANCE OF RAIN WITH SNOW DEVELOPING LATE. HIGH: 63°.