Happy Friday, Quad-Cities. There's no sign of a Valentine's Day snow outside my window this morning. Today is another story. (But it's a short one with little accumulation.)

We should see scattered flurries after 11 a.m. Before that, it will be partly sunny a high near 30.

The scattered flurries continue into tonight as the low drops to 13 under mostly cloudy skies. The wind chill could bump temperatures as low as zero.

Saturday should be partly sunny with a high near 25 and a low around 14.

Sunday is expected to be mostly sunny with a high near 37 and a low around 30.

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CGE

Flurries like we had yesterday...ok, who cares.

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