Very comfortable conditions were found all around the area this afternoon and this pattern will continue into the second half of the weekend.
Clear skies tonight will allow temperatures to dip back into the 40s and 50s in spots, though I’m expecting us to end up about a degree or two warmer compared to last night thanks to a developing southerly flow.
Expect more of the same Sunday with sunny skies and slightly warmer afternoon temperatures reaching into the middle 70s.
An expansive area of warmth will build to our west by Monday and attempt to move in. However, another surge of some cooler air will be moving to the south from Canada, pushing a cold front through our region by Tuesday night. This will be our next organized chance for showers and thunderstorms. As it stands now, the severe weather threat looks to remain west of the Quad Cities. This is a threat we will continue to track in the next 48 hours.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
-Meteorologist Andrew Stutzke