Warm January expected to last until near the end of the month

Temperatures will peak Saturday before becoming a little closer to average

QUAD CITIES - January has started off above average with 12 days having high temperatures getting above the normal value and only 7 days below normal.

Warm southern air is going to keep it warming at least through Saturday. Temperatures will peak in the mid 50s on Saturday before cooling back down again. 

Southern air has also left it pretty cloudy as well as a frontal system is staying locked in place to the south and providing cloudy conditions across much of the Midwest. The clouds have kept temperatures from warming too much but that is expected to change by Saturday.

After the temperatures peak the weather pattern will change and cooler air will slowly build in. High temperatures will be a lot more seasonable by the last weekend in January. 


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