A marginal risk for severe weather is in the forecast for the Quad-City region late tonight and early Monday.

According to Alex Gibbs, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Davenport, if storms develop later tonight there’s a good chance they will include pea-size hail. The best chances for storms to develop are after midnight in an area from Linn County through Clinton County in Iowa and into Putnam and Bureau counties in Illinois.

As of 3 p.m., the high temperature Sunday in the Quad-Cities was 57.

Monday will start the work week warmer, with temperatures reaching the middle 60s.

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Film critic/reporter since 1985 at Quad-City Times. Broadcast Film Critics Association member. College instructor for criminal justice, English and math. Serves on Safer Foundation and The Salvation Army advisory boards. Member of St. Mark Lutheran Church