Good afternoon, Quad-Cities. Here is your National Weather Service forecast.
This afternoon there will be increasing clouds and cold with a high near 10 degrees. Wind chill values could be as low as -10 degrees. Southwest winds will be around 10 mph.
Tonight there is an 80 percent chance of snow. New snow accumulation could be around 2 inches. Temperatures will rise to around 16 degrees by midnight. New snow accumulation could be around two inches. Wind chill values could be as low as -5 degrees. South winds will be 5-10 mph.
Saturday there is a 20 percent chance of snow. Skies will be cloudy with a high near 25 degrees. Northwest winds will be 5-10 mph.
Saturday night there is a 40 percent chance of snow. New snow accumulation could be less than a half inch. Skies will be cloudy then gradually becoming partly cloudy with a low around 17 degrees.
EARLIER STORY: What a way to start February
By Rick Rector
9:30 A.M. UPDATE: Not much has changed since our early morning report. It's still -2 degrees in the Quad-Cities under fair skies. And it's still -21 degrees when you factor in the wind chill. Clouds are increasing and the high should be near 11 degrees.
EARLIER STORY: Top of the morning to all in the Quad-Cities. We made it through January without a lot of frigid temps. Not so as far as February is concerned. The month's starting with -2 degrees in the Quad-Cities; -21 when you factor in the wind chill.
Many schools in the area are delaying the start of classes today because of the weather including Davenport, Bettendorf, Pleasant Valley and North Scott schools.
Here’s the forecast from the National Weather Service. Increasing clouds with a high near 11 degrees and wind chill values as low as -20 degrees. A wind chill advisory is in effect until noon.
Tonight brings an 80 percent chance of snow as temperatures will rise to around 16 degrees by midnight. Wind chill values will be as low as -5 degrees. New snow accumulation of around 2 inches.