Mostly sunny and much warmer.
IAC061-097-ILC085-200319- /O.NEW.KDVN.FL.W.0017.140420T0600Z-140424T0000Z/ /DBQI4.1.ER.140420T0600Z.140421T0000Z.140422T1200Z.NO/ 1019 AM CDT SAT APR 19 2014 ...FLOOD WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING... THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN QUAD CITIES HAS ISSUED A * FLOOD WARNING FOR THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT DUBUQUE. * UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING. * AT 9:30 AM SATURDAY THE STAGE WAS 16.7 FEET...AND RISING. * FLOOD STAGE IS 17 FEET. * NO FLOODING IS OCCURRING AND MINOR FLOODING IS FORECAST. * FORECAST...RISE ABOVE FLOOD STAGE EARLY SUNDAY MORNING...AND CONTINUE RISING TO 17.2 FEET SUNDAY EVENING. FALL BELOW FLOOD STAGE TUESDAY MORNING. * IMPACT...AT 17 FEET...WATER AFFECTS HOMES IN SHORE ACRES IN EAST DUBUQUE. && LAT...LON 4254 9060 4253 9068 4247 9068 4228 9046 4235 9039 $$
Those in charge of maintenance at the Rock Island Arsenal golf course have had some work to do to get the course ready for this season
Why so windy? Andy explains...
Skies clear in time tonight to enjoy the total lunar eclipse!
Monday night's game between the Quad Cities River Bandits and West Michigan Whitecaps at Modern Woodmen Park has been postponed due to snow and cold
Sunday’s heavy rains have put much of the area under a flood watch.
Chief Meteorologist Andy McCray is proud to call the Quad Cities home! He's currently the longest tenured Chief Met in the Quad Cities...
Anthony Peoples joined the CBS4 weather team in March 2013 as the meteorologist for CBS4 News This Morning, and he brings seven years of experience in forecasting Quad Cities' weather.
Kyle Kiel joined the CBS4 News team in April 2013 as the Weekend Meteorologist and has been fascinated with weather since a young age. Growing up in the Quad Cities, Kyle is thrilled to begin his career right in his own backyard.