A stationary front has been causing an unsettled weather pattern all weekend in the Quad Cities. Some very warm temperatures with high humidity and rain going on and off. It looks like things will finally start to settle around the area by the middle of the week and will actually be unseasonably cool.
Monday looks like it will be a mostly dry day until the evening when our rain chances start to go up. We will be mostly cloudy as clouds build in ahead of a cold front that is pushing towards the area Monday evening into Tuesday. Even though more clouds will be expected it will still be another very warm day. Our high temperatures will make it into the mid 80s again with muggy conditions as well ahead of that cold front.
That cold front finally pushes through the area on Tuesday so our rain chances for the week are greatest. We will see widespread showers by the afternoon. The high temperatures will range from the low to mid 80s with warmest temperatures south and east of the Quad Cities and the coolest temperatures north and west.
REST OF THE WEEK:
Humidity goes way down for the rest of the week and the temperatures follow suit. Highs on Wednesday will be near 80 and then only in the upper 70s for Thursday and Friday. Lots of sunshine and little to no rain expected after that until the end of next weekend.
Make it a great week!
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